(MARIOLOGY) When I Talk, She Listens – Clean Energy Conservation Initiatives Week April 2012

Roman Catholic Mariology

Roman Catholic Mariology is theology concerned with the Virgin Mary, the mother of Jesus Christ as developed by the Catholic Church. Roman Catholic teachings on the subject have been based on the belief that “The Blessed Virgin, because she is the Mother of God, is believed to hold a certain infinite dignity from the infinite good which is God.” Theologically, Roman Catholic Mariology deals with not only her life but also with veneration of her in daily life, prayer, hymns, art (where she has been a favorite topic), music, and architecture in modern and ancient Christianity throughout the ages.

The development of Roman Catholic Mariology is ongoing. It continues to be shaped not only by papal encyclicals but also by the interplay of forces ranging from sensus fidelium, to the writings of the saints, to the construction of major Marian churches at the sites of Marian apparitions. In some cases, sensus fidelium has influenced Marian papal decisions, providing Mariology with a “theology of the people” component that distinguishes it from other parts of formal theology.

In terms of popular following, membership in Roman Catholic Marian Movements and Societies has grown significantly in the 20th century. This has continued to be matched by support from the Holy See, with Joseph Cardinal Ratzinger (later Pope Benedict XVI) stating: “It is necessary to go back to Mary, if we want to return to the truth about Jesus Christ. The ongoing development of Mariology continued in the 20th century, e.g. in his Angelus address in September 1985 Pope John Paul II coined the term The Alliance of the Hearts of Jesus and Mary, and in 1986 addressed the international conference on that topic held at Fátima, Portugal.

In parallel to the traditional views, since the late 19th century, a number of other perspectives have been presented as a challenge to Roman Catholic Mariology. These have ranged from feminist criticisms that consider the image of Mary a construct of the patriarchal mindset which limits equal opportunity for women, to other Christian views that see Mariology as a distraction from Christ, to modern psychological interpretations of Mary as the equivalent of mythical Goddesses ranging from Diana to Kwan Yin.
Source: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Roman_Catholic_Mariology

Tuesday Newsday it is, and what led to this being posted during Easter Week, which is also Clean Energy Conservation Week for the beginning of April for those who care to know is….

While pondering on ways to really solidify the message and meaning of clean, for whatever reason, a scene from a popular culture shaping movie came to mind that I conclude has stuck with me since watching it, which inspires me to focus on making my scripts have the same effect on others, and it appears that I am far from alone in the sentiment as a simple YouTube search brought the exact same clip up with less than two clicks showing that the first upload has been viewed over 600K times, a number that can be increased should we choose to click the play button on the box below to learn a military code definition of the term CLEAN.

In closing, keeping it simple for energy conservation sake, it would appear that Mary or Maria, also in alignment with the current popullar social media trend, likes to have her colorful images viewed  as hers are some of the most widely recognized images on the planet, and for whatever reason, I find myself in a position which requires continuous display of this type of imagery and perhaps with her help, can and do earn a handsomely modest living in the process, so as below, my name is Rylan Branch, and for reasons that only G_D knows,

(MARIOLOGY) When I Talk, She Listens.



A different perspective to consider.