Tag Archives: Mary

The Birth of Mary


In this program host John O’Keefe interviews co-host Wendy M. Wright about feast of the Birth of Mary, which is celebrated on September 8th.

Although less known than the feast of the Immaculate Conception and the Assumption, this feast has played an important role in highlighting the role of Mary in the mystery of salvation.

Our Lady of Guadalupe Procession


Catholic Comments co-host, Dr. Wendy M. Wright reports from Los Angeles on the Our Lady of Guadalupe Procession and Mass, which took place on December 6th. This procession demonstrates the incredible popularity of this feast, especially among Latino Catholics in America.

Rocco Palmo at Whispers in the Loggiahas taken to calling all of the events surrounding the feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe “American Catholicism’s Super Bowl.”

The Immaculate Conception


Teresa Monaghan, a faculty member in Creighton’s summer program in Christian spirituality, comes back to the show to discuss the Immaculate Conception of Mary.  The feast of the Immaculate Conception is December 8th.


Photo: “Immaculate Conception Banner” by “LawrenceOP” from Flickr (Used under Creative Commons license)

Our Lady of the Rosary


Teresa Monaghan, a faculty member in Creighton’s summer program in Christian spirituality, discusses the origins and spirit of the feast of Our Lady of the Rosary. The feast is celebrated on October 7th.

Listeners may also enjoy our discussion of Saint Francis of Assisi from the archives: http://www.cucatholicctr.org/?p=45

Photo: “Our Lady of the Rosary reredos” by “Lawrence OP” from Flickr (Used under Creative Commons license)

Sacred Heart of Jesus and Immaculate Heart of Mary


Hosts John O’Keefe and Wendy Wright discuss the devotions of the Sacred Heart of Jesus and the Immaculate Heart of Mary.


Photo: “Sacred Heart of Jesus” by “Lawrence OP” from Flickr (Used under Creative Commons license)

 

May is Mary’s Month


Hosts John O’Keefe and Wendy M. Wright discuss Catholic devotion to Mary.

During the show, Dr. Wright mentions “The Mary Page” at the University of Dayton. That page can be accessed here: http://campus.udayton.edu/mary//

Photo: “Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary” by Lawrence OP from Flickr (Used under Creative Commons license)