Mary in Time Magazine — Cover Story

by Steve Ray on March 17, 2005

“She was there at the Cross. Yet Protestants seldom talk about Jesus’ mother at Easter—or at most other times. But they are starting to now . . . “  
Time Magazine, March 21, 2005

Looks like a trend in Protestantism to acknowledge that Mary is more than simply a Vaginal Conduit — something Catholics have known for 2,000 years. How has a woman who is the Chosen Daughter of the Father, the Vigin Mother of the Son, and the Chaste Spouse of the Holy Spirit be ignored and slighted?

Mary said “all generations will call me blessed.” Hopefully Protestants will begin to appreciate and respect our Holy Mother along with us. For more, read the story here.

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