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Defend the Blessed Mother! Virgin Mary Apologetics Infographic

Need help defending the Blessed Mother? Scroll down to your easy-to-use flash card and infographic for Catholic teachings about the Virgin Mary.

Want to learn even more about the Blessed Mother? Enroll in this course that I put together about Mary for All Saints University. Or read this book that I wrote about the Virgin Mary in the Bible, What You Need to Know About Mary But Were Never Taught.

Plus, here are a bunch of articles I have written about the Virgin Mary and defending her with the Bible:

The Virgin Mary as the New Eve

The Virgin Mary as the New Queen

The Virgin Mary as the New Ark


As you can see, I'm really passionate about defending my and Jesus' mother.

The following Catholic infographic will give you Bible verses to defend all the following Marian dogmas and typical questions about the Virgin Mary.

  • Why is Mary called the Immaculate Conception? 
  • Why do Catholics believe in Mary's Assumption into Heaven? 
  • Why do Catholics call Mary the Queen of Heaven? 
  • Why do Catholics believe in the Perpetual Virginity of Mary?
  • Why do Catholics pray to Mary? Why do Catholics ask for Mary to pray for them? 
  • Why do Catholics call Mary the new Ark of the Covenant? 

Here's that infographic ... Enjoy!

Hope this Catholic apologetics infographic about the Virgin Mary helps you better defend and know the Blessed Mother.

Our Lady of Guadalupe, pray for us!
Our Lady, Undoer of Knots, pray for us!
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  1. I don't understand how 1 Kings 2 is proof of Mary's intercessory power. The queen's request was, "Let Abishag the Shunammite be given in marriage to your brother Adonijah.” Instead of answering her request, the king had Adonijah killed that very day!

    1. Thanks for your question! First off, regardless of the outcome, the queen interceded before the king on Adonijah's behalf, as part of her royal office, duties, and legal rights. Second, the king told his mother "I cannot refuse you," and he didn't refuse her. The king just took away a prerequisite for marriage, i.e. that Adonijah be alive - lol! Does that make sense? Thanks!