American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. The mother of Jesus.
- n. A bloody mary made without alcohol.
- n. Term used by some Christian denominations to refer to the mother of Christ.
- n. A drink made with tomato juice and spices, resembling a Bloody Mary, but without alcohol.
- n. the mother of Jesus; Christians refer to her as the Virgin Mary; she is especially honored by Roman Catholics
- n. a Bloody Mary made without alcohol
“The Immaculate Conception of the Virgin Mary is a major devotional theme, and refers to the dogma that “the Blessed Virgin Mary, from the first instance of her conception, was preserved from all stain of Original Sin.””
“It was Woodstock, a NASCAR race, and a Virgin Mary appearance all wrapped into one overpowering, soul-capturing Happening.”
“She would turn every house we would ever occupy into a mini-Lourdes, with wall-mounted crucifixes and Virgin Mary statuary everywhere.”
“Later he united these two works into one book of two volumes, "Commentariorum de Verbi corruptelis" (Ingolstadt, 1583, and later Paris and Lyons); the treatise on St. Peter and his primacy was only begun; the work on the Virgin Mary contains some quotations from the Fathers of the”
“She prayed her novenas on the floor beneath the pitching hammock that she got sick in all the way to America, in the packed train car that took them up to the jobs in western Massachusetts, and on her knees in the mud in front of the Blessed Virgin Mary statue they set in the backyard of their first apartment here on River Street.”
“This doctrine was to be conveniently endorsed by the Virgin Mary herself when she appeared to the peasant girl Bernadette Soubirous at Lourdes some four years later, although the latter at first simply described her vision as ‘that thing’.”
“We find Gideon's prayer analogous (Jud 6: 17 ff.), or the question of the Virgin Mary (Lu 1: 34).”
“Nativity of the Blessed Mary ", and the Pseudo-Matthew, or" Book of the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary and of the Childhood of the”
“We decided to visit Lourdes, where in 1858 the Blessed Virgin Mary appeared eighteen times to Bernadette Soubirous, a fourteen-year-old peasant girl.”
“Chasuble back depicting Virgin Mary enthroned with Christ, Adoration of the Magi, Annunciation, 14th cent.”
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