The Wide Support for the Coredemption Dogma

By October 8, 2007Coredemption, News

Ave Maria!

In light of the upcoming Marian Conference Behold Your Mother at Indiana this Saturday, Oct 13th, here is a reprint (with some updates) of an earlier post showing the breadth of the groundswell that is forming around the call to declare the Fifth Marian Dogma of Coredemptrix, Mediatrix and Advocate. This pictorial survey not only gives a quick overview of the extent of the support from a wide range of theologians and lay people, on many fronts: Popular, Hierarchical, Theological, and many Saints and Blesseds of the 20th Century but also gives many links to other resources.

Popular Conference:

Upcoming Marian Coredemption Conference in Greenwood, Indiana, Oct 13, 2007. Featuring many of the most popular Catholic Speakers and Artists. See Promo Video, Video on Technical Preparations

Hahn
Miravalle
Fehlner
Burke
de Souza
Straub
Dana

Hierarchical:

A symposium was held on May 3rd to the 7th, 2005 in Fatima, Portugal, led by five Cardinals which the Franciscans of the Immaculate helped arrange. The gathering of over fifty bishops from around the world, including five cardinals, resulted in a book written by the nine cardinals listed bellow.

Toppo
Martinez
Gagnon
Estevez
Schonborn
Varkey
Vidal
Spidlik
Trujillo
Mary, Unique Cooperator in the Redemption
Why Mary should be dogmatically declared as Coredeemer
Authored by: Nine Cardinals of the Church and other Major Marian Theologians. Each of the nineteen presentations are printed in the language originally given by the speakers: seven in English, four in Spanish and eight in Italian. It addresses many of the ecumenical concerns raised in the past.

This book along with a petition by over forty Cardinals and Bishops in support of the dogma was presented to Pope Benedict XVI on June 3, 2006, by His Eminence, Telesphore Cardinal Toppo of Ranchi, India

Theological Symposia:

Here are just some of the Marian Theologians that have attended past International Coredemption Symposia in England and Fatima, Portugal, between 2000 and 2007:

Calkins
Llamas
Arellano
Manelli
Fehlner
Hnilica
Miravalle
Perotto
Hauke
Settimio
Manelli
Gherardini
Biestro

These symposia resulted in the following 6 books available from Marymedatrix.com with a 7th and 8th book on the way:

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2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005

The 8th International Symposium was held in July 17-20, 2007 in Fatima, Portugal. See Promo Video

With over 10 Cardinals, 40 Bishops and 60 major Marian Theologians, these events clearly out-weigh the 1996 Czestachowa Commission which came to a negative conclusion but had serious deficiencies and no hierarchy in attendance.

Ongoing Video Series:

View the latest and past videos on Air Maria for Dr. Miravalle’s new Series on Coredemption being aired since June.

Miravalle

Petition Drive:

an initiative by Dr. Mark Miravalle at Vox Popoli for a popular petition to Pope Benedict XVI. Let your voice be heard!!

You can read the letter by Mark Miravalle about how you can submit your petition to the Holy Father and how these Bishops and Cardinals have already done so. What the pope is saying about Mary

The Saints:

Mary is our Coredemptrix with Jesus. She gave Jesus his body and suffered with him at the foot of the Cross.

Mary is the Mediatrix of all grace. She gave Jesus to us, and as our Mother she obtains for us all his graces.

Mary is our Advocate who prays to Jesus for us. It is only through the Heart of Mary that we come to the Eucharistic Heart of Jesus.

The papal definition of Mary as Coredemptrix, Mediatrix, and Advocate will bring great graces to the Church.

All for Jesus through Mary.

God bless you,

M. Teresa, M.C.

Letter of Endorsement for the Papal Definition of Mary Co-redemptrix, Mediatrix, Advocate , Mother Teresa of Calcutta, August 14, 1993.

Read what 20th Century Saints and Blesseds have to say about this doctrine in this Hagiography compiled by Fr. Stefano Manelli, founder of the Franciscans of the Immaculate.

Saints:

Gemma Galgani
Pope
Pius X
Frances Xavier Cabrini
Pio of Pietrelcina
Leopold Mandic
Josemaria Escriv
Edith Stein
Maximilian Mary Kolbe
Luigi Orione

Blesseds:

Elizabeth of the Trinity
Bartolo Longo
James Alberione Ildephonse Cardinal Schuster

And, finally, read what many others are saying.

Mother Mary, in our troubled times may we have the grace to call you Coredeemer, Mediatrix and Advocate!

Ave Maria!

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