I am not sure if this is the right forum for this question,but I reasoned since it has something to do with the Sacrament of the Eucharist,I might be in the right place…:o
I was wondering,if the kumari Mary was saved in anticipation of the achievement of the Cross on Calvary, where and how does the sacrificial import of the eucharist fit into her life and her exalted status in heaven? Was the kumari present at the "breaking of the bread"every time it happened after the Ascension? Did she also receive the Body and Blood?
If I’m getting my mariology right,the kumari was saved in the Immaculate Conception itself.The Lord said that whoever does not “eat My flesh and drink My Blood” does not have eternal life.
It feels weird for me to think of Mary,already made perfect,overshadowed by the Holy Spirit,anointed at Pentecost,to have been in need for the Body of the Lord again.But then again,she was also a disciple…