What do the Roman Catholics believe about Mary. Mary is elevated to a godlike person, who was born without sin and lived a sinless life. It is taught that she never died but was taken to heaven alive. Why doesn't the Bible say anything about this? The Catholic Church calls her Mother of the Church, Co redeemer, Co-redemptrix, Mother of Grace, Mediatrix, and Queen of Heaven. Mary was a wonderful woman but these are extremely lofty titles. Why is there no biblical foundation for these titles? God speaks very condemningly of the title Queen of Heaven. The Roman Catholic Church also teaches that Mary was a perpetual virgin, and that the brothers and sisters of Jesus in the Bible are cousins. If this were true why wasn't the Greek word for cousin used in the texts instead of the Greek word for brother? Why does the bible say that joseph ‚Äúknew her not‚ÄĚ until Jesus was born? Listen to today's podcast and learn more about what Roman Catholics believe about Mary and how we can respond.