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During the 4th and 5th centuries Nestorius, the patriarch of Constantinople, believed that Mary was the mother of God's human nature, but not His divine nature.

However, the Catholic Church decided that Christ was both fully God and fully human, and combined in one person, Jesus Christ.

The Catholic Church called Mary 'mother of God', because she gave birth to the Divine and human Jesus.

 

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