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Is it official Catholic dogma that Mary is the wife of the Holy Spirit? The answer is Yes. The key to understand the word "Spouse" is the keyword "perfect union" written in Lumen Gentium Chapter 8. This would provide us a good understanding why Mary a type/model of the Church is not only the Spouse/Bride of Christ but also a Bride of the Father with ...


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No, it is not a defined dogma: the only reason Mary has ever been called or considered the Spouse of the Holy Ghost (a title which admitted by all is an honorific, and not literal) is her unique intimate union with the Holy Ghost in begetting her divine Son. The language used implies a somewhat matrimonial union (i.e. a 'male' Spirit causing a virgin to ...


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Is it official Catholic dogma that Mary is the wife of the Holy Spirit? The short answer is no. It is not dogma. There is no Magesterial teaching on this subject as dogma. Thus Catholics are free to accept or reject this notion, both laity and clergy. However I can not see anyone, especially clergy rejecting this. Even the questioner’s source from Catholic ...


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It is not dogma Were it a dogma you'd find a record of it at the Pope's official web site. Ludwig Ott states in his Fundamentals of Catholic Dogma that, "The Church honours her on account of her position as Mother of God, and on account of her high endowment with grace deriving from her position as daughter of the Heavenly Father and Spouse of the ...


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