Co-Redemptrix, Mediatrix and Advocate

 

The Lady of All Nations has asked for a fifth and final Marian dogma of Co-Redemptrix, Mediatrix and Advocate. A call for the dogma is the only possible way to true peace in this degenerating world, because the dogma would represent the triumph of the Immaculate Heart and a new outpouring of the Holy Spirit.  The Fifth Marian Dogma would recognize Mary as the advocate for Humanity before the Holy Trinity, the mediatrix through which Heavenly graces are passed from Heaven to Humanity, and the co-redeemer with her Son of Humanity.  Co-redeemer means along “with” rather than “equal” to Christ.

Father Amorth, the chief exorcist of the Archdiocese of Roma, Italy, mentioned a divine challenge to the world including the Roman Catholic prelates, presented by Our Lady of Fatima to eradicate social woes. Humanity unfortunately did not follow-up and subsequently suffered the horrors of World War II and Communism.  God is presenting a new proposal through the Virgin Mary to eradicate contemporary woes.

Co-Redemptrix is both a title used by some Roman Catholics and a theological concept referring to Mary’s role in the redemption of man. It has always been controversial and has never been dogma of the Church.  Co-Redemptrix refers to a subordinate but essential participation by the Virgin Mary in redemption, notably her free consent to give life to the Redeemer, to share his life, to suffer with him under the cross, to offer his sacrifice to the Almighty Father for the redemption of mankind. The concept of Mediatrix is regularly used by faithful of Co-Redemptrix. In Catholicism, Mary has a precise place in the plan of salvation within tradition and devotion: a singular dignity and a supreme veneration.

Mary’s entire existence has been of cooperation with the Lord. A mediator intercedes between two persons to unite them, either because there is a reconciliation or a favor issue.  The mediator must be acceptable to both parties; the closer he is to them, the easier will the mediation. In the supernatural order, the two persons to be brought together are God and man separated by sin.  Mary’s motherly role as Advocate is our principal and most powerful intercessor to her divine Son on behalf of Mankind.

Theologians differ in certainty of Mary’s roles as Co-Redemptrix, Mediatrix and Advocate. The dogma is urgently needed because it would clarify and define the ordinary magisterial teachings on Mary. The definition of any dogma accompanies an outpouring of God’s grace, of which the Church and the world today are sorely in need. The late Mother Teresa of Calcutta wrote: “The papal definition of Mary as Co-Redemptrix, Mediatrix and Advocate will bring great graces to the Church.”  This Dogma would also increase our disposition to receive the graces God wants to give us since our capacity to receive grace depends upon our humility. We are humble when we honor “the means” that God chooses to lavish his graces. This Marian dogma would initiate the Triumph of our Blessed Mother over Satan.  Her titles are her functions, and the solemn proclamation of the titles would lead to the full release of grace and peace for the many crises in the contemporary Church and world. It would allow the fullest possible mediation given to Mary by God for this Triumph, the Church and the Humanity.

The consecration of the world, including Russia, to the Immaculate Heart of Mary was completed, fulfilling the request of Our Lady of the Rosary at Fatima, and allowing our Blessed Mother’s powerful intercession. She respects our freedom just as God the Father respects it. Our Heavenly Mother is limited by our freedom in exercising her power of mediation and intercession. We must freely acknowledge her as Co-Redemptrix, Mediatrix and Advocate so that she can fully exercise these roles at the The End Times, for the many crises in the contemporary Church and world. Central are the grace necessary for an authentic Christian unity and the reaffirmation of papal authority and Magisterium for ecclesial unity.

There is growing support within the Catholic Church for a fifth and final Marian dogma, and the movement Vox Populi Mariae Mediatrici is at the forefront of the growing enthusiasm for the dogma. Since 1993 this movement has collected more than five million signatures in 157 countries to support the proclamation of the dogma.  It would recognize the unique role of Mary as Co-Redemptrix, Mediatrix and Advocate. These titles have already been used in the official magisterial teaching of the Church. The Vatican II document Lumen Gentium §62 refers to Mary as Mediatrix and Advocate. Also on 24th September 1997 Pope John Paul made a strong statement about Our Lady’s role in our Redemption and her role as our Mediatrix and Advocate. On 1st October 1997 Pope John Paul made another strong statement on Our Lady’s role as Mediatrix. When this dogma is proclaimed the Triumph of Mary’s Immaculate Heart will begin, which she predicted at Fatima, and the Triumph will usher a new Pentecost in the Church.

The Lady of Fatima apparitions came to Portugal in the last stages of bloody World War I, while other Marian apparitions occurred in Holland late during World War II. Fatima is well known for the Blessed Mother’s warnings and predictions, and the apparitions in Holland are relevant about the future of the world and the Humanity.  The latter apparitions offered a new Marian dogma and divine help to Humanity if the Church proclaimed the Virgin Mary as Co-Redemptrix, Mediatrix and Advocate.

Brethren, Heaven is infinite in Knowledge and Wisdom far surpassing any theological dissertation.  May the Holy Spirit urgently inspire our Pope Francis to promulgate the Fifth Marian Dogma, because Satan is deeply committed to Christian Persecution, and only Heaven through the Virgin Mary and the Holy Spirit can rescue us. The Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith has already approved the following prayer.

“Lord Jesus Christ, Son of the Father, send now Your Spirit over the earth.  Let the Holy Spirit live in the hearts of all nations, that they may be preserved from degeneration, disaster and war.  May the Lady of All Nations, the Blessed Virgin Mary, be our Advocate. Amen.”

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3 Responses to Co-Redemptrix, Mediatrix and Advocate

  1. Michele Fritze says:

    I’d like to receive information by email please, on all the above topics. Thank in Christ Our Lord.

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