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A Dozen Papal Encyclicals Reveal Mary's True Role in Salvation

Contact: Cheryl Dickow,

MEDIA ADVISORY, Jan. 24 /Christian Newswire/ -- The Truth never changes but is revealed, through time, to a greater degree until the point at which it is fully known. Such is the role of Mary through Salvation history as revealed in twelve different Papal encyclicals that have been used with permission from Libreria Editrice Vaticana and comprise the highly acclaimed "Mary -- Ever Virgin, Full of Grace: A Study of Papal Encyclicals on Mary."

Using Pope Leo XIII's 1891 "Octobri Menseo" as a starting point and concluding with JPII's 1987 "Redemptoris Mater," best-selling Catholic author and educator Cheryl Dickow delves into Church documents to uncover Mary's true role in salvation and examines why now is a pivotal time in human history to recognize Mary as Mediatrix and as the perfect way to Christ.

Teresa Tomeo, host of Ave Maria Radio's "Catholic Connection" and EWTN's upcoming "All Things Girl" television series, endorses "Mary -- Ever Virgin, Full of Grace: A Study of Papal Encyclicals on Mary" and calls it an excellent beginning place for the novice to papal documents, while also providing enough freedom and depth of questions for those experienced with the rich writings of the Popes and highly recommends this study as a unique opportunity to delve into -- and be transformed by -- some of the greatest writings in Church history combined in one book.

To receive a free review copy of "Mary -- Ever Virgin, Full of Grace: A Study of Papal Encyclicals on Mary" write Cheryl@BezalelBooks.com.  Please identify the radio, television, or print organization that you represent and provide a shipping address at that organization. Promotion includes two free copies for radio program listeners on which the book is featured.

To contact Cheryl for a radio or print interview, write her at Cheryl@BezalelBooks.com or call 248-917-3865.