Flowers for the Immaculate Conception (what will be a flower is already a flower edition)

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You have heard that it was said, “It’s not human until it’s born, or, you know, a few years later.” But, as Saint Thomas Aquinas says and as all scientific studies proclaim (we are soooo enlightened these days!) what will be a human is already a human, you know, what the death mongers call a “product of conception” or “a tumor” or “a frog” or, you  know, a “platypus.” No. What will be a human is already a human: Don’t murder the innocent.

When Jesus was just a cell in the womb of Mary after the Annunciation to her by the Archangel Gabriel that she would be the Immaculate Virgin Mother of God, this was not just a cell, but was already Jesus, the Divine Son of God, with a full human nature and a full divine nature together in the hypostatic union.

Women say that if they’ve suffered a miscarriage (always terribly devastating) or have procured an abortion (always terribly devastating), whenever they see another child who would be the same age as their own child, this is what they think of: if only… Please God, they will turn to our dear Lord for forgiveness which is there for them.

It also works the other way. I bet when Mary saw a bud of a flower when she was “with child” she thought of little Jesus within her womb. She is the Ark of the Covenant with the Covenant involving Jesus Himself. Saint Paul says that we are to be tabernacles of the Holy Spirit, whereby grace here on earth, a bud so to speak, will turn into glory in heaven. Please God, we make it to heaven. Please God. Please God.

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3 responses to “Flowers for the Immaculate Conception (what will be a flower is already a flower edition)

  1. Aussie Mum

    “Saint Paul says that we are to be tabernacles of the Holy Spirit, whereby grace here on earth, a bud so to speak, will turn into glory in heaven. Please God, we make it to heaven. Please God. Please God.”
    Amen.

  2. Father George David Byers

    Yes. Rhododendron.

  3. Monica Harris

    I don’t know if that is a rhododendron, but I never noticed how much they look like artichokes. Layers and layers around a heart.

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