Through the Immaculate Virgin,
Please let me defend the Virginity of Mary most Holy. If somebody comes, and hurts your own Mother feelings, would you not grab him, and throw him off a cliff? Would you let him hurt your sweet Mother? I do not think so.
Saint Jerome was very passionate when he defended his heavenly Mothers Virginity. He called hellish helviius “a boor, a hypocrite, who invents ideas worth not even two pence”.
I dedicate this here thread to Thee, oh sweet Virgin of Virgins, my Mother. Do thee do I come, before thee I stand, sinful and sorrowful. Oh Mother of the word incarnate, dispise not my petitions but in thy mercy, hear and answer me. Amen. I love you my Queen, and to show my love for thee, I come here to defend thy Sacred Virginity. Let the devil shout and attack it if it can. He can’t attack the Queen, but he unfourtunately, can attack Her dignity. But Mary will not budge.
First, we should know that God values Virginity more than any other virtue What made Saint John the Evangelist most pleasing to Mary and Jesus was his puurity. In the book of Revelation, it is sadi that: *These are they which were not defiled with women; for they are virgins. These are they which follow the Lamb whithersoever he goeth. These were redeemed from among men, being the firstfruits unto God and to the Lamb.
*(KJV. All the passages are from the King James Bible, so as to not cause inconvenience).
Now it so happens Mary, the most perfect of all God’s creatures HAD to be the most perfect and pure Virgin ever! As the lily among thorns, so is my love among the daughters. Lilies are symbols of Virginity. Now Mary, is so pure and undefiled that, whilst other were thorns either to themselves or to other, Mary was not. Pure than all the angels! Purity itself as thou givest thy Purity to all! Mary, according to Saint Thomas was so pure that He countenance alone was enough to inspire chaste thoughts. She did not bring bad thoughts, She inspired good one’s. Saint Jerome, writing against that bigot, son of the devil Helvidius, or rather HELLvidius, said: you say that Mary did not remain a Virgin? I say, that, not only did She remain a Virgin but that, Saint Joseph kept his Virginity through Her.
Chesterton, the Apologist of the 20th century, got so angry against Arnold Lunn who wrote: You hear a great deal about His Mother, for Our Lady has become the patron of a party, whereas Christ was never a party leader. He wrote a poem which included this verse: the little hiss which only comes from hell. This little line had such an effect on Lunn, that it contributed more to his conversion to Catholicsm than all the debates there could ever be waged against him.