The Seven Sorrows of Mary

A guide for meditating on the sorrows of the Blessed Mother

Photo by Michael Snellen

Legend says that Mary was assumed into the heavens not too long after Jesus’ left the earth because of her sorrow in his absence. Jesus’ greatest sorrow was said to be watching his mother cry for him.

Meditating on the sorrows of Mary not only brings us closer to Mary, it brings us closer to…

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Michael Snellen

Michael Snellen

I write audaciously about everything under the sun. Founder of Catholicism for the Modern World. https://linktr.ee/catholicismforthemodernworld

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