And, for Saturday, another meditation on Our Lady.
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As the Mother of God, Our Lady is called blessed by all ages.
For Saturday, Our Lady's day, another reflection from Newman
For Our Lady's day, another meditation from Newman, this time on how she is the 'mirror of justice'.
Our Lady is the pattern for us.
Even as an Anglican, Newman had a great devotion to Our Lady, as this extract from an early sermon shows.
Our Lady is the consolation of the afflicted.
This sermon, from Newman's Anglican days, is one of my favourites, but you might note that at this stage Newman did not believe in the Immaculate Conception.
Our Lady is the pattern of Christian obedience - but that asks of us, as it did of her, and exercise of the mind - as she pondered on these things, so should we.
Our Lady is to be ever-praised, and Newman is a rich source from which we can find words worthy of her.
For the second Saturday in Advent, a reflection on OUr Lady.
For Saturday, a poem for Our Lady's month.
Here Newman notes the antiquity of the devotion shown by Christians to Our Blessed Lady.
Our Lady, being without sin, need have made no offering, but did so - here Newman explains why.
Here Newman tackles the relucatance of the Anglo-Saxon temperament to surrender itself to veneration of Our Lady.
That Our Lady is Mother of Our Saviour influences how the Church and the faithful talk about her.
Newman's devotion to Our Lady was, as he tells Pusey here, firmly founded in the long tradition of the Church.
And, for Saturday, a meditation on Our Lady
For the Memorial of Our Lady of the Rosary
Our Lady is the summit of human obedience.