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The Beauty of Mary by Andrew J. Vaccari
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The Beauty of Mary

by Andrew J. Vaccari

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Rev. Peter Vaccari, Rosemary Vaccari Mysel and Msgr. Andrew J. Vaccari The Beauty of Mary highlights the unique role of Mary within the drama of salvation. From the moment of the Annunciation (Luke 1:26-38), Mary’s “yes” was one of the most dramatic and significant responses ever recorded in human history! This book traces the story of faith and love found in the maternal heart of Mary. Includes passages by: John Paul II Fr. Benedict Groeschel Cardinal John Newman St. John of the Cross Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen St. Alphonsus Liguori St. Augustine Scott Hahn Hans Urs Von Balthasar Joseph Ratzinger/Benedict XVI Dante Joyce Rupp Caryll Houselander, and many more! Includes poetry, artwork, Scripture quotations, and prayers. Also features a chapter about the influence of Mary on art, literature, poetry, and devotion, as well as excerpts from Pope Benedict XVI’s reflections on Mary. About the author Rev. Peter Vaccari is a member of the faculty of the Seminary of the Immaculate Conception in Huntington, NY, where he teaches Church history and serves as a spiritual director. He is the author of several books, including The Beauty of the Eucharist: Shaping and Sustaining our Catholic Identity (Pauline Books & Media, 2005).  

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