Many claim that the Virgin Mary has never been deified. This claim seems to originate from the entrenched fear that the Holy Virgin is being offered the kind of worship that should be reserved for God alone. However, a close examination of Scripture and the writings of the Early Fathers of the universal Church shows that the Virgin Mary is deified, was deified at her conception, and has always remained deified.
Relics of the Saints features in large, full color illustrations the first and second class relics of 42 Saints and Blesseds of the Catholic and Orthodox Churches for the liturgical months of January and February.
Deification is the transformation of man into god through grace. Predominant in the theology of Eastern Christianity, but marginalized and obscured in contemporary interpretations of the theology of Western Christianity, Deification of Man in Christianity explores how it is deification, not just salvation, that is the real intent of God for humankind, with deification occurring not solely in patria, but in via and in patria.
The Divine Heart of God the Father in Scripture provides a factual overview of the 28 references that can be found in Sacred Scripture about the Divine Heart of God the Father, both in the Old Testament and in the New Testament. These references are derived from and presented in a side-by-side comparison from three major Scripture sources, namely the Latin Vulgate, the Septuagint (LXX), and the Masoretic Text (Yahwist Source).