THE LAST DOGMA OF THE
Jesus revealed nothing about His mother to whom the time of the end has been reserved. All the Marian doctrine has been brought to light by the Magisterium of the Church under the Holy Spirits inspiration. In two thousand years, four dogmas concerning Mary have been proclaimed by the Church.
1. The Divine Maternity During the Council of Ephesus in 431, Pope Celestine I defined and proclaimed the divine Maternity, for Mary gave birth to Gods Son made man.
2. Marys Perpetual Virginity Then at the Lateran Council of 649, Pope Martin I proclaimed the perpetual virginity of Mary.
3. The Immaculate Conception On December 8, 1854, Pope Pius IX defined the dogma of the Immaculate Conception of Mary, who by a privilege from God the Father and in view of the merits of her Redeemer Son, was, from the moment of her conception, preserved from the stain of original sin. Four years later, lo and behold, on March 25, 1858, the Immaculate confirmed the theological expression formulated by His Holiness Pius IX, entrusting Bernadette with the secret of her identity, I am the Immaculate Conception, something Bernadette, a child of fourteen years, had never heard of.
4. The Assumption of the Virgin Mary On November 1, 1950, Pope Pius XII defined the dogma of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary, which dogma the simple faithful, the representatives of nations and ecclesiastical provinces, as well as numerous Fathers had been hoping for so much, especially since the proclamation of the dogma of the Immaculate Conception. The Church rejoiced when Pope Pius XII declared: WE DECLARE, PRONOUNCE AND DEFINE THAT IT IS A DIVINELY REVEALED DOGMA THAT THE IMMACULATE MOTHER OF GOD, THE EVER-VIRGIN MARY, HAVING COMPLETED THE COURSE OF HER EARTHLY LIFE WAS ASSUMED BODY AND SOUL INTO HEAVENLY GLORY.
5. A Last Marian Dogma
Now, as of April 1951, after having given her prayer and described her picture which must be distributed thorughout the world, the Lady of All Peoples asked the seeress of Amsterdam to request that the Church proclaim a new and last Marian dogma: Mary, Co-Redemptrix, Mediatrix and Advocate:
My feet are solidly set upon the globe of the earth because the Father and the Son WISHES, in this present time, in this world here, to send me in the capacity of Co-Redemptrix, Mediatrix and Advocate. And such will be the subject of the new and last Marian dogma. This picture must precede. The dogma will be furiously contested; but it will be promulgated (May 31, 1951).
This dogma will be, as it were, the keystone of the Marian mystery (April 4, 1954).
My prophecy, All peoples shall call me blessed, will be entirely fulfilled when the dogma will be proclaimed. (...) When the dogma, the last of Marian history, will have been promulgated, then the Lady of All Peoples will give peace to the world, true peace.
But before that, the peoples, in union with the Church, must recite my prayer. But they must know that the Lady has come as Co-Redemptrix, Mediatrix and Advocate. Let it be so (May 31, 1954).
A Great Controversy
However, the Lady also warned her messenger that the dogma would give rise to a great controversy. This dogma will nonetheless be proclaimed and will mark a new era.
I have already said how much controversy this dogma will arouse. Nevertheless, the Church of Rome which will have a long struggle over it, will finally promulgate it. The Church of Rome will be able to face up to the opposition. The Church of Rome will grow in strength and power in the very measure that it confronts this opposition (April 29, 1951).
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