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Can Mary hear everybody everywhere as God the Father and Jesus can?

Answer

To be sure, the Blessed Mother is a finite creature, whereas God the Father and Jesus are omnipotent God.

However, because Blessed Mother continues to abide in Jesus and the Father in heaven (see John 15:1-11), and because she is not constrained by the limits of time and space as we are on Earth, Mary is blessed to be able to receive and intercede for the prayers of the multitudes who seek her intercession.

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3 Comments

  • aiello01 says:

    The Father is all-knowing, but the Son isn’t (Mark 13:32). I suspect that this is because the Word made flesh accepted the limitations of a human body. Those of us who abide in Christ on earth are not all-knowing. How can Mary be all-knowing if Christ isn’t? Will we be all-knowing when we get our resurrected incorruptible bodies as Christ has at the right hand of the Father? Does Christ remain limited by His incorruptible body? The angels are pure spirit. I doubt that they are all-knowing. How about the spirits of the dead? I’m not sure that there are any tidy answers.

  • aiello01 says:

    The Father is all-knowing, but the Son isn’t (Mark 13:32). I suspect that this is because the Word made flesh accepted the limitations of a human body. Those of us who abide in Christ on earth are not all-knowing. How can Mary be all-knowing if Christ isn’t? Will we be all-knowing when we get our resurrected incorruptible bodies as Christ has at the right hand of the Father? Does Christ remain limited by His incorruptible body? The angels are pure spirit. I doubt that they are all-knowing. How about the spirits of the dead? I’m not sure that there are any tidy answers.

    • Saturn Cabalfin Gayanilo says:

      Mark 13:32- when Jesus said he did know the end of time, he is affirming his humanity. Of course God the Fatherknows the time, and Jesus and the Father are one. But when Jesus became a man He voluntarily gave up his divine attributes. The ephasis of this verse is not on Jesus’ lack knowledge but on the fact that no one knows it. No one knows or predict by scripture the exact return of Christ. Jesus is teaching preparation not calculation