... except that to Catholics her womb never opened, therefore no afterbirth or other messy aspects. Jesus was inside her, then he was outside her. They don't like it when you call it teleportation.j1n wrote: ↑Tue Apr 24, 2018 4:21 pmIn my meeting, yesterday, with the local RCC church's RCIA guy, he dropped some knowledge about Mary on me that I really hadn't considered before. He told me that Catholics are very "fleshy" folks and that Mary reminds us that Jesus was actually very much human...born of an actual woman's womb, afterbirth and all. For some reason that struck me as a really beautiful way to view Mary... as a real human mother to a real human Jesus; and whose job it is to always point to Jesus. It's obvious, I know, and maybe simplistic. But pretty interesting.
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