Mary: The Most Perfect of Created Entities.

As we think about perfection, we think about The Father and The Son and The Holy Spirit. Catholics also think about Mary: The Most Perfect of Created Entities. She had to be perfect from The Holy Moment of Her Immaculate Conception.

God’s power had come to earth. The Holy Ova of Mary came into being without any sin or error by Her parents, Anne and Joachim. That holy man and wife were the Grandparents of Jesus’ Human Nature.

Mary’s perfection crystallized in obedience. “I will be the handmaid of The Lord.”

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The largest cell in any human body is the ova of a mother. It is the largest cell in a human body. And, it is smaller than a grain of salt. How many atoms were in The Holy Ova of The Blessed Mother of God?

It is estimated that there are 300,800,000,000,000,000 atoms in a human ova. Three hundred quadrillion atoms! There are six electrons in each carbon atom.

Electrons and atoms form the molecules that pass on life from parents to children.

It is staggering to to realize the numbers involved in providing the perfection of The Immaculate Conception. All the atoms and all the electrons in The Holy Ova of Mary had to be perfect in structure and arrangement.

God showed His Power by That Perfection.

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The disobedient angel tried to tempt Jesus. He could not do so. The Human Nature of Jesus was so perfect that He could resist every temptation.

Jesus remained perfectly obedient throughout His life. Everyone around Him watched closely for Him to commit any sin or make any mistake.

His Obedience crystallized in His obedience to The Father. He died an agonizing death. sacrificed as The lamb of God.

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Like Mary and Jesus, Catholics know how important obedience is. We obey The Only Church-Founding Decree of Jesus:

“And I say unto you thou art Peter and on this rock I build My Church and the gates of hell shall not prevail against it. I give you the keys to The Kingdom of Heaven.”

We pray to be, at Judgment, blessed to be among: “You are My friends if you obey My commands.”

Mary will be enthroned among them!