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The Morning Star
Transcript of The Morning Star
"Titles of Our Lady from the Litany of Loreto." Morning Star. N.p., n.d. Web. 21 Nov. 2013.
This is a valid source because it came from the Official Bulletin of the Fatima Cell Program.
Leonard, Clinton J. "How the Name Morning Star Was Chosen." How the Name MORNING STAR Was Chosen. N.p., n.d. Web. 21 Nov. 2013.
This is a good source because it was written by a doctor who studies in religion.
Mary, our Morning
There are many stories of how the name "The Morning Star" was given to the Virgin Mary. There is one story where Mary and Joseph were walking to Bethlehem and stopped to rest by a well. Soon after, the Wise Men were following the Star and lost sight of it. They stopped by the same well as Mary did before and looked in the water. There was the reflection of the Star shining in Mary's well.
"The Morning Star" is a name that comes from one of Mary's hymns,
Ave Maris Stella
Hail Star of The Ocean.
The hymn goes all the way back to the 9th century and it's manuscript is currently in the Swiss Monastery of St. Gallen.
Mary means a lot of things to me. She's my hope to get through hard problems. I've always believed that Mary saved so many people by giving us Jesus. He saved us from our sins which reminds us to thank Mary for this salvation. She watches over me and makes sure that I am doing the right thing. She reminds me of my mom and how every mother should be like her, loving and caring. I think of Mary when I'm alone or lost. Whenever I can't think of what to say or do, I think about Mary. She's always a second mother to me.
Four angels hold banners that say
Ora Pro Nobis
means health of the sick.
Ora Pro Nobis
means pray for us. Mary helps people feel better and gives them hope like the sickly child in bed and the injured men.
The people in the boat are sailors who are trying to catch fish. Mary is the star that influences nature and helps them have food to eat. Mary watches over us in times of need.