Why Catholics Don’t Celebrate Mary’s Birthday: 5 unique ways you can…
On September 8, the Catholic world once again celebrates the solemnity of the Blessed Virgin Mary’s Nativity. It is otherwise called Our Lady’s birthday. Oddly, most Catholics don’t really celebrate it.
To neglect someone’s birthday is to say we don’t love them. God forbid we would forget to celebrate our own mother’s birthday. Yet, this is what many Catholics do with Jesus’ mother.
There are reasons why most Catholics don’t celebrate Our Lady’s birthday.
Here are the main ones.