…how ’bout you?

Mary’s role as teacher didn’t stop when Jesus grew up, or even when he had ascended back to heaven. The disciples must have consulted with her frequently and I’m sure the other women must have turned to her. Can you see her at the village well or at the stream during washing day, sharing her quiet faith and deep humility, offering to help the young mother with a toddler and one on the way? Do you think she started a new mom dinner program in Nazareth? Could she have founded the first ever women’s prayer group in her kitchen, performed while kneading the next day’s bread?

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