Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • noun The theological study of the Virgin Mary.
  • noun The body of belief or dogma concerning the Virgin Mary.

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun The doctrines and opinions of the various Christian sects with regard to the Virgin Mary.

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  • noun The theological study of the Virgin Mary.

Etymologies

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Mary +‎ -ology

Examples

  • Thus the doctrine of the Assumption fleshes out the real point of Mariology, which is to "punctualize" in a real person what it is to be a disciple of Christ, and thus to facilitate our growth in that discipline.

    Archive 2007-08-01

  • Thus the doctrine of the Assumption fleshes out the real point of Mariology, which is to "punctualize" in a real person what it is to be a disciple of Christ, and thus to facilitate our growth in that discipline.

    The Feast of the Assumption

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    Catholics ordered to keep quiet over Virgin visions

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    Catholics ordered to keep quiet over Virgin visions

  • On Pulcheria and Mariology, see Constas 1995, 169, 188–89.

    Caesars’ Wives

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    Baltimore archbishop tells Virgin Mary ‘visionary’ to stop activities

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    Baltimore archbishop tells Virgin Mary ‘visionary’ to stop activities

  • I just found at AirMaria this video of my lecture last September at the Co-redemption Conference held by the Franciscans of the Immaculate at Grey College, University of Durham, entitled "Scotistic Mariology from Scotus to the definition of 1854". pdf of the lecture here

    Archive 2009-05-01

  • This year he concluded a series of 50 Wednesday-noon addresses on various aspects of Mariology, including one in May in which he went well beyond the silence of Scripture to claim that Mary was the first to experience the Risen Christ at Easter.

    Hail, Mary

  • This is what theologians call high Mariology, and it seems to contradict the basic New Testament belief that "" there is one God and one mediator between God and man, Christ Jesus '' (1 Timothy 2: 5).

    Hail, Mary

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