“Mary“ looks at the Jewish girl who said “Fiat!“ (Latin for “Let It be done“), became Jesus’ mother and His first disciple – and, per Christ’s edict from the Cross, mother to us all. We learn that she’s venerated, not worshiped; asked to pray for us; and makes occasional appearances to the faithful to achieve her one mission ... bringing people closer to her Son.
Episode 11 ·
December 6, 2017 ·
Do you have a mentor or someone you go to in times of need? What makes that person so dependable?
Mary was a witness to the life of Jesus. She was there and saw his life unfold. Whose lives have you witnessed? Who witnesses your life?
Catholics often ask Mary to intercede for them with important matters. Have you ever prayed for someone in need of prayer? Catholics call this "intercession." Have you ever asked for Mary’s intercession?
Make a list of different mother figures you know who have had an impact on your life (your mother, grandmothers, aunts, teachers, etc.). What characteristics do these women have in common?