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We need the real Mary

Feast Day of St. Mary the Virgin

It is astounding the distortion that surrounds the figure of Jesus’ mother. She has, through the centuries, been touted as a model of submissive subservience. She has been worshipped as a pure and perfect sinless maiden. Sexless, devoid of all negative emotion – the mythology that surrounds her is so daunting that even feminists exploring with new eyes the women who figure in the stories of our faith tradition have […]

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