To examine more profoundly questions regarding Mary’s role by examining her presence in the Gospels, her place in the Christian Tradition, the history of her four dogmas, and of liturgy and devotions, the apparitions, the rosary and her place in contemporary theology.
Course code: THE155
ECTS Credits:Professor: Martin Lavoie
Table of content
Chapter I : Why do we study Mariology today ?
• Reading : William Baum, ‘’The Virgin Mary in Intellectual and Spiritual Formation’’, Letter from the Congregation for Catholic Education, Rome, March 25, 1988.
Chapter II : Mary in the Gospels
• Reading : Anglican - Roman Catholic International Commission (ARCIC), ‘’Mary according to the Scriptures’’, Marian Issues and Final Document. Mary: Grace and Hope in Christ, July 4th 2005.
Chapter III : Mary in the Christian Tradition
• Reading : Anglican - Roman Catholic International Commission (ARCIC), ‘’Mary in the Christian Tradition’’, Marian Issues and Final Document. Mary: Grace and Hope in Christ, July 4th 2005.
Chapter IV : Mary in the Dogmatic Constitution on the Church
• Reading : LG, VIII, ‘’The Blessed Virgin Mry, Mother of God, in the Mystery of Christ and the Church.
Chapter V : The four dogmas
• Divine Motherhood.
• Perpetual Virginity.
• Immaculate Conception.
• The Assumption.