Mariology, Volume 1

Mariology, Volume 1 v1

Nihil Obstat: John M. A. Fearns, S.T.D., Censor librorum

Imprimatur: + P Francis Cardinal Spellman, Archbishop of New York

July 21, 1954


TABLE OF CONTENTS

Prefatory Note, vii

By Way of Introduction, ix

MARY IN THE DOCUMENTS OF THE MAGISTERIUM

by Eamon R. Carroll, O.Carm., S.T.D., 1

I. Mother of God, 5

II. Ever Virgin, 10

III. Full of Grace, 14

IV. Immaculate, 17

V. Assumed Into Heaven, 24

VI. Mediatrix With the Mediator, 32

VII. Spiritual Mother, 40

VIII. Queen, 45

A Closing Word, 50

MARY IN THE OLD TESTAMENT

by Eric May, O.F.M.Cap., S.T.D., S.S.L., 5 1

Introduction: “The Mother of Jesus Was There”, 51

I. Mary in Prophecy, 56

II. Mary in Type, 72

Conclusion, 78

MARY IN THE NEW TESTAMENT

by Michael J. Gruenthaner, S.J, 80

Parentage, 80

Education, 82

Betrothal, 83

Annunciation, 85

Visitation, 88

Joseph’s Ordeal, 90

Bethlehem, 91

Presentation and Purification, 94

The Magi, 95

The Flight Into Egypt, 96

Return to Nazareth, 97

The Hidden Life, 98

The Child Jesus in the Temple, 99

Cana, 100

The Public Life, 102

Beneath the Cross, 103

The Risen Christ, 105

The Woman of the Apocalypse, 106

Summary, 107

MARY IN WESTERN PATRISTIC THOUGHT

by Walter J.Burghardt, S.J., 109

MARY IN THE APOCRYPHA OF THE NEW TESTAMENT

by Alfred C. Rush , C.SS.R, S.T.D., 156

Exceptional Birth and Early Years of Mary, 157

The Virginity of Mary, 158

Mary's Divine Maternity, 162

The Death of Mary, 166

The Assumption of Mary, 170

The Queenship of Mary, 175

The Intercession of Mary, 179

Conclusion, 182

MARY IN THE EASTERN LITURGIES

by Very Rev. Cuthbert Gumbinger, O.F.M.Cap., S.T.D., 185

Introduction, 185

I. Mary in the Byzantine Liturgy, 188

II. Mary in the Alexandrian and Ethiopian Liturgies, 210

III. Mary in the Antiochene Liturgy, 224

IV. Mary in the Armenian Liturgy, 233

V. Mary in the Chaldean Liturgy, 240

MARY IN THE WESTERN LITURGY

by Simeon Daly, O.S.B., 245

Introduction, 245

Liturgy in Relation to Faith, 246

Maternity, 248

Sanctity, 254

Virginity, 260

Assumption, 261

Queenship, 265

Mediation, 267

In General, 271

Feast of the Purification, 272

Seven Dolors, 273

Visitation, 274

Holy Name, 274

Presentation, 275

Little Office, 276

Marian Antiphons, 277

OUTLINE HISTORY OF MARIOLOGY IN THE MIDDLE AGES AND MODERN TIMES

by George W. Shea, S.T.D., 281

I. Medieval Mariology (Twelfth to Sixteenth Centuries), 285

II. Modern Mariology (Sixteenth to Nineteenth Centuries), 309

III. Contemporary Mariology (1854-1954), 315

MARY’S IMMACULATE CONCEPTION

by Aldan Carr, O.F.M.Conv., S.T.D., and Germain Williams, O.F.M.Conv., S.T.D., 328

1. Declaration of the Privilege, 328

2. Certitude of the Privilege, 332

Adversaries of the Doctrine, 333

Tenor of the Bull “Ineffabilis Deus”, 334

Argument From Scripture, 335

Argument From Tradition, 344

The Theological Argument, 370

The Position of the Blessed Virgin Relative to the Law of Original Sin, 379

The Immunity of Mary From Concupiscence, 386

The Relation of Mary to the State of Original Justice, 391

MARY’S IMMUNITY FROM ACTUAL SIN

by Salvatore Bonano, C.M.F., 395

Definition of Terms, 395

Errors, 398

Magisterium, 399

Scripture Proofs, 400

Tradition, 405

Theological Proof, 408

Freedom From Imperfection, 409

Appendix, 411

THE HOLY NAME OF MARY

by Richard Kugelman , C.P., S.T.L., S.S.L., 411

The Form of the Name Mary, 413

The Etymology of the Name Mary, 414

The First Four Centuries A.D., 415

St. Jerome to the Sixteenth Century A.D., 416

The Modern Period. Sixteenth and Subsequent Centuries, 418

INDEX OF AUTHORS

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