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Pope may declare Mary 'coredemptrix   National Catholic Reporter  |  Date: 7/18/1997

Pope John Paul II has always declared his devotion to Mary and before his death he wishes to use his power of infallibility to elevate Mary to the status of co-redeemer with Jesus. The pope may be isolated if he goes through with the controversial plan. Arguments against it are discussed.
At 77 and in uneven health, John Paul II invests virtually every allocution with some mention of his advancing years and of his devotion to Mary, the mother of Jesus. Before he dies, he may decide to use his charism of infallibility to elevate Mary's crown another tier.
Reports from Rome, the U.S. Catholic press and even Time magazine suggest the pope will cap his career by infallibly declaring Mary Coredemptrix of Humanity, Mediatrix of All Graces and Advocate for the People of God. Such a move would be the first time since 1950, when the doctrine of the Assumption was promulgated, that a pope has exercised his power of infallibility. It would bring to five the number of Marian definitions since she was declared the Mother of God at the Council of Ephesus in 431.



The "Miracle" at Fatima was just like a giant UFO sighting.  (see Marian apparitions.)