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The ancient temples of the Aztecs, interesting archeological sites of the past, have been replaced by the new temples of materialism, secularism and consumerism. On their altars the poor, the unborn and the elderly are forgotten, neglected and sacrificed by knives driven by greed, power and narcissism.  Mary will lead humanity back to her Son.  Mary will free us from the sins of our modern times.  Mary, Our Lady of Quatlasupe - ... Continue Reading

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  1. Laura
    2 years ago

    Great article. Thank you!!

  2. Judy
    2 years ago

    Excellent article! of Faith, History, Archeology, Symbolism, Mythology, Religions, Biblical Translations, and TRUTH. So much did I learn! I thought I knew it all! I who have read a little and saw a film on Our Lady of G. and St. Don Juan! Really, the more one thinks they know, the more one realizes how little they do know! I am always humbled in reading articles and posts.
    Blessings...

  3. Theophile
    2 years ago

    Hi James,
    It sure was an interesting time the 1530's, have You read Foxes book of Martyrs**? In the book of Matthew ch 12:46-50 we have a statement by Jesus concerning His mother, could You explain why it sounds like Jesus gives His physical mother(Mary) no recognition, while seemingly elevating every doer of God's word to her "station" equally? I have been told that Mary is the queen of heaven, but Jeremiah 7, has God condemning worship of the queen of heaven as an abomination, is Mary the queen of heaven?
    I was wondering how You interpret Matthew 23:5-12, particularly 23:9? What exactly is Jesus telling His followers there?
    I know several Catholics, including my spouse, and asking them these questions in sincerity only seems to incite rage(reminiscent of Foxes). What does this mean? Have I poisoned my mind with unattended, undirected scripture reading? blinding myself with God's word?

    http://www.gutenberg.org/files/22400/22400-h/22400-h.htm


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