The Blessed Virgin Mary would have been a bloody heap underneath a pile of stones had Saint Joseph exposed her to Mosaic justice instead of putting her away privately. St. Joseph is a coredeemer in effecting the physical integrity of the Word Incarnate. Now where are we?
We are in the middle of a money-grubbing mobocracy movement seeking to promote the “Final Dogma” of the most condemned seer in Church history, Ida Peerdeman. It does not pass the smell test. Unlike all other Marian dogma, this demand from Ida Peerdeman’s fist-shaking “Mary” is rank and foul because: it does not apply uniquely to Mary, and; does not reflexively illuminate the Person of Jesus Christ.
Catholic lay apologists pretending to explain away this title, one title among over three hundred, while ignoring the toxic context of disobedience, should forego any more mumbling in their beards. The Vatican has spoken. Ida Peerdeman’s “Final Dogma” of Coredemptrix, Mediatrix & Advocate is D.O.A. Persisting in this defense is, to put it mildly, less than faithful to John Paul II’s charge for the laity to promote Church teaching. If you want to be a self-shepherding sheep, have the guts to leave and become a protestant.
The horror of “coredemptrix” has swept through the Vatican on millions of petitions by VOX POPULI, the voice of the mob dictating dogma as led by Mark Miravalle. Mass misunderstanding has led to the Vatican’s virtual abandonment Vatican of this rarely-used term. Blessed Mary cooperated with Christ’s redemption. All Christians cooperate with Christ’s redemption. Those who “hear and obey” will be accounted as mother and brother to Christ as He Himself said.
Franciscan University professor Mark Miravalle has, against repeated Church condemnations, published the condemned writings of a condemned seer, Ida Peerdemanm, and promoted a condemned “Marian” apparition, “The Lady of All Nations Who Once Was Mary: Coredemptrix, Mediatrix & Advocate.” This is pure AmChurch. Any belaboring of “coredeemer” will earn the reward of those who feign religiosity but who have alienated themselves with rebellion. As Jesus said, to reject Christ’s servants is to reject Christ and the Father.
“Depart from Me, I never knew you.”