Theo Tigno

Composer and Musician

Solemnity of the Immaculate Conception

Celebrating God through being the Savior of Mary

Dawg's Thought Reflection 2011 for the Solemnity of the Immaculate Conception

In writing a reflection on the Immaculate Conception, I have to admit that I did not know where to start. After all, I couldn't wrap my mind around it. Even great Saints, including St. Thomas Aquinas, couldn't wrap their minds around it.

Yet, in the process, I discovered Blessed John Duns Scotus. I found a great link about him and his defense of the Immaculate Conception at Before this day, I have never heard of the "Subtle Doctor" so I was very blessed to discover him.

I also found a great read by Daniel Joseph Barton, but unfortunately I didn't have a chance to read through the rest of the pages. Hopefully, when I have some time, I can go through and read the rest of his online article, "My Belief in Immaculate Conception Doctrine".

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    I am a Catholic composer and musician. My compositions include music written for the Polk Street Band, a Mass setting (Mass of the Immaculate Conception) and Antiphon settings for the full year that are geared toward contemporary ensembles. As a musician, I am a bassist and guitarist for Catholic recording artists and bluegrass bands.