My ESBVM Paper


I have uploaded my recent presentation to the Ecumenical Society of the Blessed Virgin Mary as a pdf. You can download it by clicking here:

My hope is to submit this for publication and so I retain the copy write for the work whole and in part. If you are interested in reproducing some or all of the paper, please ask my permission before you do so. Thank you.

As always, your comments are actively sought and most welcome.

In Christ,

+Fr Gregory

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4 Responses to “My ESBVM Paper”

  1. Anonymous Says:

    Father, bless.

    You want comments on your article or editing?

    Magdalena

  2. Fr. Gregory Jensen Says:

    Comments are fine. I still must do the final editing before I submit it for publication.

    In Christ,

    +FrG

  3. Vito Says:

    Hi Father,
    Although not officially given church approval, I find the events surrounding Myrna of Soufanieh in Damascus, Syria especially interesting. She is Greek Catholic, her husband Orthodox and the manifestions appear to combine Western and Eastern aspects, underlining a dominant message of Christian unity. For those who are interested there is a website (somewhat confusing to navigate)
    http://www.soufanieh.com/
    Myrna has visited Catholic and Orthodox churches around the world always with the approval of the bishop of the area. I witnessed the olive oil exhuding from her hands when she visited our church. Thanks, for your interesting paper, and I wish you success in its publication.
    Sincerely, Vito

  4. Fr. Gregory Jensen Says:

    Vito, I’ll take a look thank you.

    +FrG


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