This past weekend, I was especially struck by Saturday’s Gospel: “Blessed is the womb that carried you and the breasts at which you nursed” (Lk 11:27). John Paul II tells us that these words are “a eulogy of motherhood, of femininity, of the feminine body in its typical expression of creative love” (TOB 21:5). Let us never stop pondering the glorious truth that in and through Mary, woman’s womb has become the dwelling place of the Most High God (heaven on earth!); in and through Mary, woman’s breasts have nourished the Bread of Life. Woman’s body is a God-channel: the portal, the gate through which God reaches us. No wonder the enemy hates woman’s body! And where does he aim his pornographic attack? Right at her womb and her breasts. “Blessed is the womb that carried you and the breasts at which you nursed.”; This biblical “eulogy of the feminine body,” deeply meditated upon, is a source of tremendous healing for both men and women who have been wounded by the insidious lies of our pornographic culture.