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Month of Mary 11 - The Uncreated Immaculate Conception

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Uploaded by AirMaria on May 11, 2014

Father introduces us to the question that dominated St. Maximilian's life: Who are you, O Immaculate Conception? In the last writing from St. Maximilian, written the morning he was arrested by the Gestapo, he found the answer. He says that there are two Immaculate Conceptions. One is created, Mary, but the other is Uncreated: the Holy Spirit, who "aspirates" from the union of Love between the Father and the Son. But how then is Mary the created Immaculate Conception, and what is She in relation to the Holy Spirit? We will enter into this question tomorrow. Today's Prayer: Come Holy Spirit, living in Mary. Unveil for me the meaning of the Immaculate Conception. Ave Maria! Ave Maria! To Download Audio go to http://airmaria.com?p=42848


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