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Sunday of the Myrrh Bearing Women

Who were the Myrrh-Bearing Women?

According to Scripture and Sacred Tradition, the Myrrh-Bearing women are said to be: The Mother of God (Virgin Mary); Mary Magdalene; Mary, the wife of Clopas; Joanna, wife of Chouza; Salome, the mother of the sons of Zebedee; Mary and Martha, the sisters of Lazarus; and, Susanna. 306 more words

Orthodox

#AtoZChallenge: M is for Mother of God

The Inspirations, Ugly Truths, and Things That Make You Go “Huh?” for Under A Melting Sun

M is for MOTHER OF GOD

Paul Rosolie is crazy. 570 more words

Novels, Novellas, Narratives

The Place of the Theotokos in Icons of the Resurrection

There are three general representations of the Resurrection in Orthodoxy: the Harrowing of Hades, Christ triumphantly rising from the tomb, and the angel appearing to the myrrh-bearing women beside the empty tomb (example at the top of this post). 719 more words

Icons Of Christ

To Fulfill Your Will

Most holy, Mother of the Word Incarnate, Treasurer of graces, and Refuge of sinners, I fly top your motherly affection with lively faith, and I beg of you the grace ever to fulfill Your will. 96 more words

Sisters Of The Rose

Allocutio: God and Mary

This is my first Allocutio on this blog.  To learn more, click here.

Spiritual Reading:

Chapter 5: The Devotional Outlook of the Legion, Part 1. God and Mary (pg 18-19) 927 more words

Mariology