A proper understanding of the importance of "I am the handmaid of the Lord, Let it be to me according to your word" underlines the truth that "the word became flesh and tabernacled in our midst". Without an embrace of the depth of the enormity of incarnation the resurrection is robbed of its power to save. Conversion is not a change of mind, but rather a redirection of the whole person. I think many underplay the importance of Mary lest they embrace some of the detestable enormities of Rome. Our concern should rather be to embrace the whole truth. I find this maxim handy. Mary matters much. Mass matter more. Mission matters most.