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Some people do not know or believe that Catholics are Christians, but Catholics are indeed Christians and Catholics love Jesus and worship God-the three Persons of the Blessed Trinity:
the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.




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Blessed Virgin Mary: Ark of the New Covenant
How the Old Ark of the Covenant PREFIGURES the New ark of the Covenant

Gold Chest: OLD Covenant Ark

In the Old Testament, the Lord said: “They shall make a sanctuary for Me that I may dwell in their midst.... Plate it inside and outside with pure gold.” (Ex 25:8)

In the Old Testament, David rose and went up to the hill country of Judea. (1 Sam.22:5)

David asked: “How shall the Ark of the Lord come to me?” (2 Sam.6:9)

In the Old Testament, the Ark of the Covenant stayed in the house of Obed-edom for three months.
(2 Sam. 6:11)

When the Ark was brought to the City of David, David responded by leaping and dancing before the Ark. (2 Sam.6:14)

In the book of Exodus, the tabernacle that covered the Ark was over-shadowed by the glory cloud and the glory of the Lord filled the tabernacle.
(Ex. 40:34ff)

Inside the ark was the Law of God inscribed on stone. (Deut. 31:26)


The Book of Hebrews says there was also an urn of manna in the Ark, which came down from heaven. (Heb. 9:4) And those who would eat it would still die. (Jn. 6:58)

The Ark also contained the rod of Aaron as a proof of the priesthood of the Old Testament. (Heb. 9:4)

 Virgin Mary: NEW Covenant Ark

God created a perfect vessel in Mary, preserving her from all sin, according to Sacred Tradition and Catholic teaching. She is the only mere human whom the Bible calls “full of grace.” (Lk. 1:28)

After the Annunciation, Mary rose and went up to the hill country of Judea to visit her cousin Elizabeth. (Lk.1:39-40)

Elizabeth asked: “How does this happen to me, that the mother of my Lord should come to me?” (Lk. 1:43)

In the New Testament, Mary stayed in the house of Elizabeth for three months. (Lk.1:56)

When Elizabeth heard Mary's greeting, the infant in Elizabeth's womb – St. John the Baptist - leaped for joy. (Lk. 1:41,44)

At the Annunciation, the Angel Gabriel informed Mary that, “The Holy Spirit will come upon you and the power of the Most High will over-shadow you.” (Lk. 1:35) Mary's soul was filled with the greatness of the Lord. (Lk. 1:46)

Inside the womb of Mary is the Word of God, (Jn. 1:1) enfleshed in Jesus. “The child to be born will be called holy, the Son of God.” (Lk. 1:35)

In Mary's womb is the Bread of Life which came down from heaven, and if we eat it, we will never die. (Jn. 6:58)

In Mary's womb is Jesus Christ, the “high priest forever according to the order of Melchidesek.” (Heb. 6:20)

At the end of her life, Mary was taken into heaven, body and soul,
as a singular participation in her Son's Resurrection and an anticipation of the resurrection of other Christians.
(Catechism of the Catholic Church, 966)

Inspired by author Steve Ray's teaching in his video, “The Footprints of God – on Mary the Mother of God.”
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