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 Answers about Medjugorje
From Richard Chonak, a compilation of official statements and source materials.

 Belief and Practice: May Crowning
During the Month of May -- a month both named for and dedicated to Mary -- Catholics have long honored her by placing a crown on her image. Sister Magdalene Kabat, principal of Our Lady of Czestochowa School in Chicago, describes the May crowning ceremony and its spiritual significance. "The May crowing teaches the children that Mary is very special in their life," Sister explains. "We believe that through her intercession, many graces come upon our people."

The Catholic Church doesn't often add new celebrations to its pretty full liturgical calendar, but this year's new feast day, Mary, Mother of the Church on May 21, has Catholics gearing up to mark the day or at least think a little more about Mary.

 Devotees of Mary Cybercenter
An interactive site featuring all aspects of Marian Devotion, including art galleries, MIDI hymns, discussion forums, chat rooms, free e-mail greeting cards, links to sites and books, news, meditation rooms, and more.

Mary’s unique historical role as the mother of Jesus—so central for the entire story of salvation—does not remove her from the circle of faith-filled ones.

 Ecce Mater Dei
From, a site devoted to Mary, Mother of God, including links, prayers, Church teachings and resources.

Sister Lucia, the last survivor among the three Portuguese children to whom the Virgin Mary appeared at Fatima, has died at the age of 97.  Visit's tribute to "Fatima: A Grace for Mankind."

 Feast of the Annunciation Celebrates a Proud Mary
Depending on whether you are of Orthodox or Catholic faith, the feast of the Annunciation was either Sunday or Monday. For one woman, it's a holiday that's always worth celebrating. - Available in audio and as a podcast.

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