Tag Archives: Mariology

The Immaculate and Predestined Mother of God

“Most holy, most pure, most blessed and glorious Lady, Mother of God and Ever-Virgin Mary.” Panagia, Achrantos, Theotokos, Aeiparthenos—the titles abound, not only in the private prayers of Eastern Orthodox Christians but in the public liturgies and offices. A prayer … Continue reading

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The Immaculate Conception of the Mother of God in Both East and West

by Alex Roman, Ph.D. The dogma of the Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary, proclaimed by Rome as an article of the Catholic faith in the 19th century, has long been an additional point of disagreement between East and … Continue reading

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Sergius Bulgakov: The Parousia of the Theotokos

“The Lord comes in glory with all the holy angels and with the saints, with all that is holy on earth and heaven. But,” asks Sergius Bulgakov, “where is She, the Most Pure and Most Beloved One, raised into heaven … Continue reading

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