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THE ROMAN CATHOLIC ROLE OF THE VIRGIN MARY
SALVATION THROUGH MARY
"Most holy Virgin, take us under your protection, for we have no other hope of salvation than through thee." (Page 257)
In Mary, then, the Romanists place all their hope. For they say (page 252) that "he who is protected by Mary is saved; he who is not protected by her is lost".
Thus Romanism is Marianism, and Rome teaches the same today. Even the Mass has been converted into Mary worship by the addition of prayers to her, and the prominence given to them. Pope Leo XIII outstripped his predecessors in this regard and was thus fittingly styled the 'Pope of the Rosary'. The Rosary consists of 166 beads, on which are recited one Creed, 15 Pater nosters and 150 Hail Mary's. Its recitation was said by Leo XIII to be "the most powerful and most pleasing" manner of "honouring" Mary. Every Pope today still issues an encyclical on "The Devotion of the Rosary", in which he preaches Mary-worship.
Again, the following idolatrous language is addressed to Mary by the same author:
"Nothing resists your power, because the Creator of all honours you as his mother, making your glory his own. Mary owes her Son an infinite gratitude for choosing her for his mother; but it is not less true to say that Jesus Christ has contracted a species of obligation towards her for the human existence he received from her, and in recompense for this benefit he honours her by hearing her prayers."
The same writer adopts the following blasphemous address to Mary:
"O great Queen, it is by you the miserable are saved; and because their salvation is your work, they shall form your crown in heaven."
MARY THE INTERCESSOR
"It is the opinion of many, and I hold the opinion to be true and indubitable, that all God's graces are dispensed through the hands of Mary, and that all the elect are brought to salvation through the divine mother. In conformity with this opinion, it may be said that the salvation of all depends on preaching devotion to Mary, and confidence in her intercession."
That's what I thought. You're slinging slander to make it seem like that's official Catholic teaching.
That is from a devotional letter by an 17th or 18th century Catholic. Its his personal testimony. His memoirs of his faith.
You fraud. You posted that stuff a month ago and Regina and I took the time to respond fairly so you'd realize the truth. Ha! The truth is so far removed from your brain it aint even funny.
Question Mr. Deacon: If someone changes the Word of God to mean something opposite, are they still saved?