The Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary (also known as Mother Mary’s Day), or simply the Nativity, is a major celebration of Mary, the mother of Jesus. Mother Mary’s Day is celebrated worldwide on this day each year. To mark this occasion, many people will celebrate a special meal, or attend a church service to celebrate Mother Mary Birthday.
The nativity of Mary commemorates the birth of the Blessed Virgin Mary on September 8, nine months after the Immaculate Conception. This feast day has been celebrated in the Catholic Church since the fifth century. It commemorates the birth of the Virgin Mary, who entered this world a sinless virgin. Because of her sinless life, she is considered the firstborn of the redeemed. In fact, her nativity has been celebrated as the dawn of salvation.
Since the birth of Mary is a symbol of a new era of hope and everlasting life, it is also a significant holiday for Catholics. On her birthday, many people choose to dress in pastel colors and crown her with flowers. In addition to flowers, many people choose to make cakes or candies in her honor. She is known as Sweet Mary in the Philippines. On December 27, 2018, the Philippines House of Representatives passed bill #7856 to recognize her birthday as a legal holiday.
Celebrate the birthday of Mary with your children. Use leftover party supplies to decorate your home in the honor of Mary. The color blue is fitting since Mary wore a blue mantle. Children can also give Mary a birthday gift, such as a prayer, an act of mercy, or a virtue to work on. Children can also place wildflowers on a Marian statue.
The Catholic Church celebrates the birth of the Blessed Virgin Mary on September 8. Although there is no definitive record of her birth, it is a tradition that has been around since the sixth century. In addition to the birth date, the church also recognizes her Immaculate Conception, which occurs nine months earlier.
As the mother of the Savior, Mary’s birth is an act of hope for mankind. Her conception was necessary to bring Jesus into the world and bring it salvation. She is the ultimate example of God’s love. For this reason, Mother Mary’s birthday is important for the Church, as the day she was born marked the beginning of the New Covenant.