Despite the fact that the New Testament does not say anything about what happened to the Virgin Mary, , a lot of idiots started believing that Mary The Virgin mother of Jesus was so important that she did not actually die but went to Heaven.

By 600 AD, this was a widely held belief and and became an established tradition, then official truth, and finally authoritative knowledge. It was known as The Assumption.

Around 1950, Pope Pius XII established it as part of the faith. If you had asked him how he knew, he would have told you that it had been revealed to him by God.

The feast of the Assumption, celebrated on August 15, commemorates the ascension of Mary's body and soul into heaven.

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