Mother of God


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Mother of God

n
(Ecclesiastical Terms) a title given to the Virgin Mary: used in Orthodox and Roman Catholic churches to emphasize the belief that Jesus was God

Moth′er of God′


n.
a title of the Virgin Mary.
[1375–1425]
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In joy and wo - in good and ill - Mother of God, be with me still
Go to Kolyazin where a wonder-working icon of the Holy Mother of God has been revealed.
Every month they commemorate the assumption of the Virgin Mary, and are of opinion that no Christians beside themselves have a true sense of the greatness of the mother of God, or pay her the honours that are due to her.
They are possessed with a strange notion that they are the only true Christians in the world; as for us, they shunned us as heretics, and were under the greatest surprise at hearing us mention the Virgin Mary with the respect which is due to her, and told us that we could not be entirely barbarians since we were acquainted with the mother of God.
So, I asked Potapitch where all these gentry had come from; for, thought I, maybe the Holy Mother of God will help our mistress among them.
The presence of the mother of God were no protection,'' answered the old woman.
The true Allah protect thee, Lady, and that blessed Marien who is the true mother of God, and who has put it into thy heart to go to the land of the Christians, because she loves thee.
In the name of the Holy Mother of God, sire, listen to me
As we begin 2018, we turn to Mary, the Mother of God, and ask for her aid, her intercession that we may be living witnesses of hope.
Many people will flock to churches for the traditional Dormition of the Holy Mother of God services.
As far as faith, the hinge of the Christian life, is concerned, the Mother of God shared our condition.
The Most-holy Mother of God after the Ascension of Jesus Christ continued to live on earth several years.