The Catholic Church constructs a parallel of Mary to Christ Jesus. It teaches that just as Christ was sinless, so was Mary. Just as grace comes from Christ, so Mary is the mother of grace. Just as the Lord saves His people from their sins, so Mary is the cause of salvation. The Bible clearly states that there is only one mediator for mankind; amazingly the Catechism of the Catholic Church teaches that Mary is a mediator. Just as Jesus Christ was taken up into heaven and is King of Kings, they teach that Mary has been taken up to heaven body and soul and is Queen of heaven. The Catholic Church goes even as far as stating that Mary was immaculately conceived just as the Lord Jesus was. In this section you will see clearly how the Catechism devises this parallel strategy and how the Bible clearly refutes it and reserves the roles of Jesus Christ for Himself alone.
All that has been documented in the Catechism of the Catholic Church regarding Mary is utterly contradictory to the Holy Scriptures and the exclusive Savior, the Lord Jesus Christ. Putting your trust in Mary for your salvation is a most dangerous and damning barrier to eternal salvation. Turn to the Lord Jesus Christ in faith alone for the salvation that He alone gives by the conviction of the Holy Spirit, and based on His death and resurrection. Believe on Him alone, “to the praise of the glory of his grace” (Ephesians 1:6).