At the moment when our salvation is being accomplished by Jesus on the Cross, Jesus says to his Mother, “Woman, behold your son!” and he says to his beloved disciple, “Behold your mother!” Is this not the first total consecration to Mary our Blessed Mother?
We have a mother who passes on to us the wealth won at the crucifixion–the knowledge and power of being loved in our weakness. Fr. Boniface Hicks offers a moving reflection this Good Friday.
Why is our Blessed Mother Mary called Our Lady of Sorrows? Find out when St. Bernard of Clairvaux reflects on this liturgical memorial.
QUESTIONS TO OUR LADY OF SORROWS Questions to Our Lady of Sorrows While you stood there in the chaos, Could you see past all the