Ecclesiastes 1:15 The perverse are hard to be corrected, and the number of fools is infinite.
Heretics who reject Mary's sinlessness and attack it do so because they don't understand the Scriptures and they fail to recognize the holiness of Jesus Christ, who is True God and True Man. Their resistance to the truth about the Blessed Virgin Mary actually stems from their failure to believe in the truth about Jesus.
Did you know that the Blessed Virgin Mary is the Ark of the New Covenant?
The Bible without any doubt identifies Mary as the Ark of the New Testament. It identifies Mary as the New Testament counterpart to the Ark of the Old Testament.
The Old Testament Ark of the Covenant contained three items – The Word of God in the form of stone tablets (the 10 Commandments), manna (bread) from Heaven, and the rod of Aaron (Hebrews 9:4).
The womb of the Blessed Virgin Mary contained Jesus Christ – The living Word of God (St. John 1:1), the bread of life (St.John 6:48), and the ruler with a rod of iron, (Apocalypse.12:5). At the Annunciation of the Blessed Virgin Mary, St.Gabriel the Archangel told Her that the power of the most high would "overshadow" Her (St.Luke 1:35). The term "overshadow" is significant, because it was also used to refer to the cherubim "overshadowing" the mercy seat of the Ark of the Covenant (Hebrews 9:5). The Ark was made with pure gold, and was very holy, which parallels the Catholic teaching that the Blessed Virgin Mary is also pure, holy and immaculate. The Ark of the Covenant was so holy, that no ordinary person could even touch it. Uzzah reached out to steady it, and was instantly struck dead (2 Samuel 6:7).
For God to dwell within Mary the Ark, Mary had to be conceived without sin. For heretics to argue otherwise would be to say that God would let the finger of Satan touch His Son made flesh. This is incomprehensible.
The Ark of the Old Covenant had to be perfect and holy because it was the seat of God’s unique spiritual presence. God’s holiness could not be tarnished by contact with that which had defects. Likewise and to a greater degree, the Virgin Mary, as the new Ark and bearer of Jesus Christ, had to be created without sin and in a state of perfection.
Here are some parallels:
2 Samuel 6:9 – “David feared the Lord that day and said, How can the ark of the Lord come to me?" [O.T. Ark of Covenant]
St.Luke 1:43 –"[Elizabeth said]: And how does this happen to me, that the mother of my Lord should come to me?" [N.T. Ark]
2 Samuel 6:16 – "As the ark of the Lord was entering the City of David, Saul´s daughter Michal looked down through the window and saw King David leaping and dancing before the Lord..." [O.T]
St.Luke 1:41-44 – "And it came to pass, that, when Elizabeth heard the salutation of Mary, the babe leaped in her womb; and Elisabeth was filled with the Holy Ghost… For at the moment the sound of your greeting reached my ears, the infant in my womb leaped for joy." [N.T.]
2 Samuel 6:11 – “The ark of the Lord remained in the house of Obededom the Gittite for three months, and the Lord
blessed Obededom and his whole house.” [O.T.]
St.Luke 1:56-57 – “Mary remained with her about three months and then returned to her home. Now Elizabeth's full time of being delivered was come, and she brought forth a son. “
In 2 Samuel 6, we read that the Ark stayed with Obededom the Gittite for three months. Likewise, in Luke 1, we read that Mary (the Ark of the New Covenant) stayed with Elizabeth for three months.
2 Samuel 6:11 also mentions that the Lord blessed Obededom and his house while the Ark was present. “Blessing” in Scripture frequently indicates fruitful offspring. In this fact we see another parallel to Luke 1 and Mary. For Luke 1:57 tells us that after Mary stayed with Elizabeth, the Lord blessed her and her house with the birth of a child, John the Baptist.
There can be no doubt that the manna in the desert (Exodus 16) prefigured Jesus as the Bread of Life. Jesus makes a connection between the two in John chapter 6. He makes reference to the manna in the desert, and then says that His flesh is the true manna from Heaven. Well, the manna from the desert was placed inside the Ark of the Old Covenant. That prefigures Jesus Christ Himself (the true manna of the New Testament) being contained within Mary, the Mother of God.
You mentioned a satanic doctrine known as "faith alone"
St.James 2:24 PLAINLY says - You see that a man is justified by works and not by faith alone.
St.Matthew 5:16 commands us all to do good works as a way to let our light shine before men, so as to give glory to God. In St.Matthew 25, at the final judgment, only the people who performed good works got into heaven (St.Matthew 25:31-46). The people who did not were banished into hell. In those verses, Jesus said that whatever we do for the least of our brethren, we do to HIM! St.Matthew 7:21 says "Not every one who says to me, `Lord, Lord,' shall enter the kingdom of heaven, but he who does the will of my Father who is in heaven." (In other words, one has to do the good works prescribed in St.Matthew 25:31-46!)
In the book of St.James, God declares through Scripture that faith without works is dead (James 2:14-17). St.Paul says that scripture makes you complete by equipping you for every good work (2 St.Timothy 3:16-17). St.Paul also says in Colossians 1:10 that good works are the fruit of our faith; This is important because Jesus cursed the fig tree in St.Matthew 21:19 because it did not bear any fruit, and in St.Matthew 7:19 Jesus says that every tree that does not bear good fruit is to be cut down AND THROWN INTO THE FIRE.
You need to wake up.