Video – Coredemptrix, Heart of Our Mother – Dr. Carrie Gress – CONF 452

By November 10, 2018Conferences

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Ave Maria!

Dr. Carrie Gress gives the sixth talk titled "Mary Coredemptrix: The Heart of Our Mother" at the Marian Coredemption symposium at the Shrine of Our Lady of Guadalupe, La Crosse, WI in 2018 on how Mary's role as Coredemptrix and her Motherly, Virginal Heart is a remedy to the Antimarian spirit in the world today promoted by feminists that is against motherhood and virginal purity. She keys off the idea that Mary is the New Eve who works with Christ the New Adam in a unique way to redeem mankind from the fall of the first Adam. As such, if there is an Antichrist coming and many precursors to him, then it follows there is also an Antimary with many precursors who promote a spirit opposed to the Virgin Mother. Dr. Gress gives a summary of such Antimarys in the past and in our times.

For more talks from this conference: https://airmaria.com/tag/la-crosse-coredemption-symposium-2018/

Dr. Carrie Gress is a faculty member at Pontifex University and a member of the International Marian Association as well an author of five books including the Marian Option. She is a blogger and writes many articles and is a frequent guest on many talk shows and has many speaking engagements. See  http://www.carriegress.com

This two day Marian Symposium was called "Mary Coredemptrix: Relevance and Remedy for Our Time" and was held at the Shrine of Our Lady of Guadalupe, La Crosse, WI, October 12-13, 2018 on how Mary is the the Co-redeemer with Christ in that, although the redemption fully depended on Christ, Mary played a unique role.

It was sponsored by the Franciscans of the Immaculate - https://marymediatrix.com/
in conjunction with Dr. Mark Miravalle - https://www.markmiravalle.com/
and the International Marian Association - https://internationalmarian.com/

For more on the shrine to Our Lady of Guadalupe: https://www.guadalupeshrine.org/

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