In this inspiring talk, Dr. Scott Hahn gives scripturally based arguments on the centrality of Mary in Catholicism. Among Hahn's most interesting claims is the contention that Marian devotion has shaped common ideas about motherhood. Hahn's teenage consciousness of "cool" made him ashamed of his mother. That kind of shame, he argues, helps to shape many Christians' ideas about Mary. And yet, citing John's Gospel, Hahn says, "As He hung dying on the cross, in His last will and testament, Jesus left us a mother." Available on DVD and CD, 1 hour.