Maria of Agreda concludes with a section documenting the nun's legacy in both official and popular Catholic culture, with mention made of the ongoing cause for her beatification; an orchestrated pilgrimage in 2002 to her incorruptible body in Agreda; her valorization in Hispanic histories (despite the fact that Maria of Agreda never set physical foot on American soil); and the role of the Mystical City of God in inspiring Mel Gibson's portrayal of Mary in The Passion of the Christ.
What does MCOG stand for?
MCOG stands for Mystical City of God (Mary of Agreda book)
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We have 5 other meanings of MCOG in our Acronym Attic
- Merrymeeting Council of Governments (Maine)
- Messianic Church of God (various locations)
- Midcoast Council of Governments (Maine)
- Middlebury College Organic Garden (Middlebury, VT)
- Miracle Church of God in Christ (various locations)
- Mobile Crane Operators Group (California)
- Moeco Cambodia Oil & Gas (Cambodia)
- Montebello Citizens for Open Government (Montebello, CA)
- Muon Collider Oversight Group (Brookhaven National Laboratory; Upton, NY)
- Mysterious Cities of Gold (TV show; also seen as MCG)
- Massachusetts Coalition for Oral Health
- Medical Center Occupational Health
- Michigan Center for Oral Health Research (University of Michigan School of Dentistry; Ann Arbor, MI)
- Midwest Center for Occupational Health and Safety (est. 1977)
- mitochondrial Cytochrome c Oxidase subunit 1
- Monte Carlo Optimal Importance Density
- Monte Carlo Optimal Importance Density Particle Filter
- Maritime Command Operational Information Network (Canadian Navy)
- Maserati Club of Japan (automobile enthusiast group)
- Managed Care On Line
Samples in periodicals archive:
In her great work The Mystical City of God, Venerable Mary of Agreda writes: "In giving alms She kissed the hands of the poor, and whenever She was alone, She kissed their feet, or, if this was impossible, She would kiss the ground over which they had passed.
One day, while sorting through my recently deceased mother-in-law's books, I discovered four dusty green leather volumes by Sor Maria, each with faded gold lettering that read Mystical City of God.