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C.S. Lewis and the Blessed Virgin Mary

uncovering a "Marian attitude"

by Arthur Mastrolia

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Published by Fairway Press in Lima, Ohio .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Lewis, C. S. 1898-1963.,
  • Mary, Blessed Virgin, Saint -- Theology.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 159-176).

    StatementArthur Mastrolia.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBX5199.L53 M37 2000
    The Physical Object
    Pagination176 p. ;
    Number of Pages176
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3969457M
    ISBN 100788016296
    LC Control Number2001275938
    OCLC/WorldCa44158321

    The first has to do with the paradox of the grandeur and nothingness of Hell. Lewis’s narrator tells us that the streets and residences of Hell stretch out so far that it requires centuries of travel to get from one end of the city to the other. Dr. Peter Kreeft is a world-renowned philosopher and best-selling author of over 35 books. Drawing from the treasured wisdom of such great spiritual thinkers as St. John of the Cross, Thomas Aquinas, C. S. Lewis, and Cardinal Newman, he helps us to understand why truth trumps everything!

      The book also now includes a complete chapter on the 17th-century appearance of Mary to the young Benoite Rencurel at Laus, France. The Laus apparitions, approved in , were the first Marian apparitions approved by the Church in the 21st s:   Catholics have highly venerated the Blessed Virgin Mary above all creatures, and "relate to" and "identify with" her, because she in turn glorifies and imitates God, as all Christians should.

      A National Geographic map showing where the Virgin Mary appeared throughout history. Marian apparitions are instances where people claim have seen the Virgin Mary, mother of . A deacon reflects on the death of his wife and their common devotion to The Blessed Virgin Mary. A love story told by Deacon Antonio Sandoval, PhD concerning his wife's diagnosis with cancer & prognosis of only having weeks to live. By her side, Dcn. Sandoval wrote a "spiritual journal" rooted in True Devotion To Mary. Incredibly-- almost miracularously-- Dcn.


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C.S. Lewis and the Blessed Virgin Mary by Arthur Mastrolia Download PDF EPUB FB2

C.S. Lewis and the Blessed Virgin Mary: Uncovering a "Marian Attitude" Paperback – by Rev. Arthur Mastrolia (Author) out of 5 stars 1 rating See all formats and editions3/5(1). C.S. Lewis and the Blessed Virgin Mary: Uncovering a "Marian Attitude" by Rev.

Arthur Mastrolia. Write a review. this book is not worth more than $ Now, on to the material itself. Arthur Mastrolia lays out the case that there is a Marian attitude in the writings of C.S. Lewis.3/5. It is a remarkable book for lovers of The Blessed Virgin Mary it fills in alot of the blanks in the intimate life of the Holy Family.

Which increases a more robust faith in the belief of the contents being read about. A 'Must' for all devotees of The Virgin Mother. Read more/5(). Though Lewis did not hold to all of the Roman Catholic doctrines regarding Mary, he did hold her in high regard, almost always referring to her as "the Blessed Virgin Mary".

To my mind, Lewis had a balance in his attitude toward Mary which many Protestants would do well to learn from and model. Devotion to the Virgin Mary is an essential part of being Catholic.

In other Christian ecclesial groups some may have an inclination not to talk too much about the Mother of God. The great Christian apologist C. Lewis, made a very good analysis of that problem in. What About Mary. (Explaining Catholic devotion to Mary) The issue of Mary, the mother of Jesus of Nazareth, is sure to arise in any conversation between Catholics and other Christians.

Lewis, in the preface of his book Mere Christianity, remarks. The first book writen after his conversion is called Pilgrim's Regress, and is basically an allegory of the intellectual landscape at the time Lewis became a Christian, and a young man. During the Ignatian Silent Retreat I attended in JanuaryI found a book called C.S.

Lewis and the Catholic Church, by Joseph Pearce. An excellent book, it takes a look at the similarities between Lewis' theology and Roman Catholic theology.

Pearce also examines possible reasons why Lewis never became a Catholic, as J.R.R. Tolkien. [On Matt ] The inference he [Helvidius] drew from it was, that Mary remained a virgin no longer than till her first birth, and that afterwards she had other children by her husband.

It was the favorite Marian book of Blessed John Paul II. It’s mine too. It provides the most powerful argument for true devotion to Mary. Saint Louis de Montfort illustrates that true devotion to Mary is maximalist because it always leads to greater holiness and greater love for our Lord Jesus Christ.

It’s a bit more archaic and less accessible than the books above, but don’t leave this life. In his book, Mere Christianity, C. Lewis said that no subject in our faith needs to be approached more delicately than this, and one of the reasons he cited was that Catholics have a natural affection for Mary, and when Mary is attacked Lewis says that Catholics respond with that "chivalrous sensibility that a man feels when the honor of his.

The extended excerpt printed below comes from C.S. Lewis' Perelandra, one of the books in his Space Trilogy.I think everyone should read everything C.S. Lewis wrote, but I acknowledge that in this day and age it is unlikely that most of those who read this and other blogs shall have had the time or the inclination to read Lewis' Space Trilogy.

In this episode Trent sits down with Pints with Jack co-host David Bates to talk about C.S. Lewis’s book The Great Divorce. Welcome to the Counsel of Trent podcast, a production of Catholic Answers. But it’s not the Virgin Mary.

Trent Horn: our mother, the Blessed Virgin, even though her praises are sung precisely because she is the. Just recently, I followed, with rapt attention, a book that I had read many years ago but which I had, I confess, largely forgotten: C.S. Lewis’ The Great Divorce. A Treatise on the True Devotion to the Blessed Virgin or True Devotion to Mary is considered the greatest book on the Blessed Virgin Mary ever written and has been recommended and practiced by eight Popes.

{In Hilda Graef, Mary: A history of Doctrine and Devotion, combined ed. of vols. 1 & 2, London: Sheed & Ward,vol.2, pp} John Wesley (Founder of Methodism) The Blessed Virgin Mary, who, as well after as when she brought him forth, continued a pure and unspotted virgin.

C. Lewis; John Henry Newman; Now I shall deal with the argument which maintains that the Blessed Virgin Mary actually thought Jesus was nuts /. Books on Our Lady: Browse our books on the Blessed Virgin Mary Mary is honored as the mother of the Church, and the mother of each one of us.

Who would not want to know more about their mother. There are so many books about Mary that it would be almost impossible to read them all.

She has been written about since the early days of the Church. Arthur Mastrolia is the author of C.S. Lewis And The Blessed Virgin Mary ( avg rating, 0 ratings, 0 reviews).

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Mere Christianity;: A revised and enlarged edition, with a new introduction of the three books, The case for christianityReviews:   C. S. Lewis understood the sacrament of confirmation in pretty much the same sense as Catholics do: as the reception of the Holy Spirit in a special way, through anointing.Blessed Virgin Mary St Mary's is a fine village church first built by the monks of nearby Barlynch Priory in the early 13th century on the site of an old Saxon church (the manor was held in the 11th century by King Harold's mother, hence Regis).