The visitation of the virgin to his holy cousin isabel

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It is also the name of a Christian feast day commemorating this visit, celebrated on May 31 in the West July 2 in calendars of the period and in the modern regional calendar of Germany and March 30 in the East. Mary visits her relative Elizabeth; they are both pregnant. Mary is pregnant with Jesus and Elizabeth is pregnant with John the Baptist. There are several possibilities as to exactly which city this was, including Hebron, south of Jerusalem, and Ein Karem. The journey was about miles, and Elizabeth was in the sixth month before Mary came Luke Mary stayed three months and departed just before John was born.

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The Visitation of the Blessed Virgin Mary — Our Lady of Mount Carmel

The account of the visitation to Elizabeth by the Blessed Virgin Mary is a well-known story that could easily be described as one of the best-loved stories in the bible. If for nothing at all, we are reminded of this event practically every time we sing or recite the Magnificat, the same song Mary sang when she visited her cousin, Elizabeth. Besides, we are offered the opportunity to reflect on the account every time we pray the Joyful Mysteries of the Holy Rosary. What more could be said then about this account from the Gospel according to Luke 1 : 39 — 56? There is one aspect of the visitation that I find particularly relevant to us on this occasion.

Reflection on the Visitation of Mary

Our Lady of Mount Carmel. Faith Formation Blog. Normally on May 31st since it falls on a Sunday this year, Pentecost takes precedence , we celebrate the feast of the Visitation of the Blessed Virgin Mary to St.
Elizabeth , who was pregnant with John the Baptist , as recorded in the Gospel of Luke , Luke — It is also the name of a Christian feast day commemorating this visit, celebrated on 31 May in the feast-celebrating branches of Western Christianity most and mainstream calendars of Catholics and High Church Anglicans or as 2 July in calendars of —, retained in the modern calendar of some countries whose bishops' conferences wanted to retain this, notably Germany and Slovakia and 30 March in Eastern Christianity. The episode is one of the standard scenes shown in cycles of the Life of the Virgin in art, and sometimes in larger cycles of the Life of Christ in art.