I am blessed during this season to be in a home in which dinner table discussion often centers around the readings of the day, or a mystery of the faith. Part of tonight's conversation was about the wedding at Cana. DiDi wondered what Mary's conversation with God must have been like.
How strange it would be to be Mary.
How strange her relationship with the Trinity. If it weren't for the reality of the three persons, it would seem nearly incestuous.
Three persons, one God.
The concept of three persons helps explain the mystery, but barely. To one person, the Father, she is daughter. To one person, the Spirit, she is spouse. To one person, Jesus Christ, she is mother.
How then would a conversation take place during her prayers?
Did she speak to one and ask Him to fill the others in?
How did the Father or the Spirit guide her as she considered urging Jesus to turn the water into wine?
Was the Son listening?
Did she do what we mothers do when something comes on TV that we don't want our kids to see; ask them to cover their eyes? Could she have asked Him to cover His divine ears to her prayers?
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