Appeared in Vol. 3 No. 3
The maternity of Mary is extremely important to the salvation of men, and no understanding of redemption is complete without a consideration of her role. Donna Marie Sticco takes up the challenge of explicating Mary’s motherhood in terms which adequately reflect the depth of her relationship to both God and men. Through a comparison of passages in Genesis, the Gospels and Revelation, and by drawing upon patristic, medieval and modern exegesis, the author displays a precious grasp of what Mary must mean to Christians today, and of what she truly is in the eyes of Christ.
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