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Marian in My Spirituality

Ako Walker, CSsR
Redemptorist Novitiate:

I think of those suffering from cancer, HIV and AIDs, those thinking about suicide or addicted to some substance. I think about teenaged pregnant mothers, those who have no one to turn to when their case seems hopeless and then, I regard Mary as the mother of all who find themselves in difficult situations.

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My Spiritual Mother

Huy Vu, CSsR
Redemptorist Novitiate:

We know how much a mother can love her child, a child of her own flesh. Yet, each of us have experienced the impatience and limits of our own mothers. Mary reaches out to us through the Spirit of Love. Mary carries a pure love for us that never fades, is never irritable, but is always patient
and always kind, and endures forever.

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Mary's Guidance

Garvey Blanc, CSsR
Redemptorist Novitiate:

Tears are a language. Tears express desires and touch hearts in a way words cannot. What we may not obtain through ordinary means may often be obtained through tears. There is something deeply moving about tears. When we see someone weeping, it can have quite an effect on us. The stronger the person who weeps the more powerful the effect is upon us.

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The Virgin in the Rose Garden

Michael Cunningham, CSsR
Redemptorist Novitiate:

One of the many titles for Mary is Theotokos, The literal translation of
this Greek term is 'God Bearer". All mothers can identify with this term.
For nine months, Mary had the Son of God inside of her. She was 'theotokos. We are all like Mary, we are all Theotokos, God Bearers.

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Eagar to Help

Alfredo Medina, CSsR
Redemptorist Novitiate:

When I was a child my mother anticipated my needs. She had to think for me. For example, I remember being sick and she had to find out what was wrong with me. She took me to the doctor because I could not take care of myself. I was helpless. Now that I am an adult, many times I feel helpless, but
Mary always hears my needs and understands my struggles.

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My Journey of Faith

Sydney Beckers, CSsR
Redemptorist Novitiate:

When I was a child my mother anticipated my needs. She had to think for me. For example, I remember being sick and she had to find out what was wrong with me. She took me to the doctor because I could not take care of myself. I was helpless. Now that I am an adult, many times I feel helpless, but
Mary always hears my needs and understands my struggles.

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