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Pope Francis and the Co-redemptrix Clarifications on Guadalupe Homily

Updated: May 28, 2020

On December 12, during his homily on the feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe, Pope Francis made non-scripted comments referring to the "Co-redemptrix" title for Our Lady, which, coupled with misleading headlines, has caused a heated worldwide discussion on the Co-redemptrix title.

In the following video, Dr. Mark Miravalle, President of the international movement seeking the solemn definition of Our Lady's Spiritual Motherhood, Vox Populi Mariae Mediatrici, offers critical clarifications and important comments on the accurate words used by Pope Francis, the doctrinal legitimacy of the Co-redemptrix title, and the ongoing movement for a fifth Marian dogma.

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"The Holy Father gave a non-scripted, ex tempore, off the cuff homily ..." Even if he said it whilst sitting at the breakfast table, in his pajamas, eating cocopops, the fact remains that he thinks a dogmatic declaration regarding Mary's co-redemption is "foolishness." Stop trying to downplay what he said (something that is indeed foolish) and just admit that it's a blow to your cause. Accept that a dogmatic declaration will not occur during this pontificate and allow providence to take its course.

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