The Many Faces of Mary
May 20, 2020
As a first-century Jewish woman, her features and clothing were indicative of that era. Yet, in her numerous appearances to us, the ways in which she communicates with us, and how she presents herself to us, differ from country to country and region to region. In a sense, she transcends time and culture, immersing herself in our world, while helping us to become immersed in hers. What is it about Mary that is so attractive and surpasses the distinctiveness of each culture? Does she bring something to the places in which she appears? Or do the places bring something to her?
Maybe it’s a combination of both.
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