Doctor Mellifluus

Doctor Mellifluus is an encyclical of Pope Pius XII on the doctor of the Church Bernard of Clairvaux, given at Rome, St. Peter's, on the 24th of May, on the feast of Pentecost, 1953, in the 15th year of his pontificate.




Roman Catholic
Mariology

General articles
Mariology • Veneration of the Blessed Virgin • History of Mariology • Mariology of the saints • Mariology of the popes • Encyclicals • Marian societies

Devotions
Rosary • Scapular • Immaculate Heart • Seven Joys • Seven Sorrows • First Saturdays • Acts of Reparation • Hearts of Jesus & Mary • Consecration to Mary

Dogmas and Doctrines

Mother of God • Perpetual virginity • Immaculate Conception • Assumption • Mother of the Church • Queen of Heaven • Mediatrix • Co-Redemptrix

Expressions of devotion
Art • Hymns • Music • Architecture

Key Marian apparitions

Guadalupe • Miraculous Medal •
La Salette • Lourdes • Pontmain • Laus • Banneux • Beauraing • Fátima

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