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All Generations Will Call Me Blessed

Author(s): James Drummey

ISBN13: 9780977609932

ISBN10: 0977609936

Publisher: C.R. Publishing

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  • Do Catholics adore the Virgin Mary? Did Mary have other children besides Jesus? Was Mary an unwed mother? What does the Immaculate Conception mean? Don’t prayers to Mary diminish prayers to God? What is the history of the rosary? What did Archbishop Fulton Sheen say about Mary and the Muslims? Do Catholics have to believe in Marian apparitions? Which apparitions are approved or disapproved? What was the Third Secret of Fatima?


    If you would like the answer to these and ninety other questions about Mary, you should order this book, not only for yourself, but for family, friends, those who teach religion, and those interested in coming into the Catholic Church.


    In the Foreword, the Most Rev. Emilio S. Allue, SDB, Auxiliary Bishop of Boston, says that “in our age of questioning and, at times, rejection of the Faith, we need a book on Mary that can help the inquiring mind to focus on the historical and theological truths about her. All need to read this book.”


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    With catechetical skill and thorough historical research, Mr. Drummey answers challenging questions about Mary with depth and faithfulness to the Gospel and the teachings of the Church. All need to read this book.


    - Most Rev. Emilao S. Allue, SDB Auxiliary Bishop of Boston


    James Drummey follows his great work of "Who Do You Say That I Am?" with this extraordinary presentation of the life and merits of Mary of Nazareth. A must read for all who wish to deepen their devotion to her whom "all generations will call blessed."


    - Rev. Francisco J. Anzoategui Director of the Hispanic Apostolate, Boston


    Outstanding in its apologetics, this most edifying work is full of timely quotes and examples. I will be recommending it to our teachers and catechists as an important text on our Blessed Mother, Mary Most Holy.


    - James F. Gontis, Director, Department of Religious Education, Diocese of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania


All Generations Will Call Me Blessed

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