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Has the Holy Spirit and the Virgin Mary ever been viewed as a dual maternity? Catechism of the Catholic Church mentioned the word "divinely fecundate" fe·​cun·​date | \ ˈfe-kən-ˌdāt , ˈfē- \ fecundated; fecundating Definition of fecundate transitive verb 1 : to make fecund 2 : IMPREGNATE CCC485 The mission of the Holy Spirit is always conjoined and ...


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I can’t answer for “ever” - there’s a lot of people in the history of the world! Wikipedia has an article laying out all aspects of debate over this, but it has some issues: https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gender_of_the_Holy_Spirit HOWEVER, far more importantly, Jesus directly refers to the Holy Spirit as a “He”, and so do His followers. See John 14:26, ...


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Maternity indicated motherhood whereas parenthood is denoted by paternity. Please, for goodness sake, do not use modern English for interpreting meanings of Scripture retrospectively because English was not even invented when scripture was first written. This question was better directed at linguists for bad grammar than understanding religious issues, imo....


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