Mary is Queen of Heaven
Revelation 12:1:And a great sign appeared in heaven, a woman clothed
with the sun, with the moon under her feet, and on her head a crown of
The picture Revelation paints serves as the biblical outline for the
Church’s dogma of Mary’s Assumption. Mary is Daughter Zion, the woman
who gave birth to the world’s Savior. Because she is the New Eve, she is
free from the shadow of sin and its consequences. This includes the
long-term separation of soul and body that exists for the rest of us as
we wait for the resurrection of the body at the end of time. Mary has
been taken up into heaven by God to join her Son in the place He
prepared for her. And in that place, as Christ the King’s mother, she
sits at His right hand, wearing the crown of the Queen Mother.
Additional scriptural evidence for Mary’s Assumption lies in the fact
that there are at least two fore-shadowings of it in the Old Testament
as seen with Enoch and Elijah.
Catholics view Mary as the person who will defeat satan on earth. But she will not do it alone. Everyone who is consecrated to Jesus through Mary will help her in her God given mission to defeat the enemy. As the Archangel Gabriel once said - "HAIL FULL OF GRACE !"