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2017 SERMON ARCHIVE

Last Updated: 20 Jan 2017

Sermons by Fr. Rodríguez in English

Our Lady Semper Virgo

Our dearest Lord is the ‘Rose of Judah” given to us by the Heavenly Father. This Divine Flower willed to be conceived of a flower, in a flower, at the time of flowers (the spring, March 25). Nine months later, the Rose would appear issuing forth from the purest lily. The lily of Mary is portrayed with three blossoms on a single stem on account of a miracle worked by St. Giles on behalf of a doubting friar. The whiteness of the lily shows forth her holy purity, while the three blossoms demonstrate that she was a physical virgin ante-partum, in partu, and post-partum. She is semper Virgo - always and perpetually a Virgin. Any claims to the contrary are not only erroneous and contrary to the Scriptures, but they are vile, blasphemous and a great offense against God Himself.

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Given by Fr. Simplicius, December 31, 2017 (-.)

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Our Lady Semper Virgo

Our dearest Lord is the ‘Rose of Judah” given to us by the Heavenly Father. This Divine Flower willed to be conceived of a flower, in a flower, at the time of flowers (the spring, March 25). Nine months later, the Rose would appear issuing forth from the purest lily. The lily of Mary is portrayed with three blossoms on a single stem on account of a miracle worked by St. Giles on behalf of a doubting friar. The whiteness of the lily shows forth her holy purity, while the three blossoms demonstrate that she was a physical virgin ante-partum, in partu, and post-partum. She is semper Virgo - always and perpetually a Virgin. Any claims to the contrary are not only erroneous and contrary to the Scriptures, but they are vile, blasphemous and a great offense against God Himself.

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Given by Fr. Simplicius, December 31, 2017 (-.)