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Major Crimes: 4x19 "Hindsight, Part 1" Stills

Take a look in the gallery for HQ stills of Mary in the first of five episode arc starting Monday, February 15 on TNT!

A young woman and her 3-year-old son are shot to death while driving through gang territory in the wrong colored car, and the gun used in the murder is quickly connected to the most troubling series of unsolved homicides in LAPD history. As Captain Sharon Raydor and the rest of her division attempt to solve the mystery, Amy Sykes begins an uneasy alliance with a disgraced former LAPD detective with a novel theory and a corrupt past.


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Major Crimes > Season 4 > Episode Stills > 4×19 – Hindsight, Part 1
Three Hail Mary’s a Day Keeps Mortal Sin Away

One of the greatest and most powerful Marian devotions is the practice of reciting three Hail Mary’s every day in honor of the three Divine Persons of the Trinity and for the grace avoid all mortal sins, specifically sexual sins.

The Blessed and Immaculate Virgin Mary taught the “Three Hail Mary Devotion” to St. Mechtilde about the year 1270. It’s rather simple. Pray the three Hail Mary’s in honor of the Holy Trinity who lavished so many graces upon Mary and then end with: “O my Mother, preserve me this day (or night) from mortal sin.”

The great doctor of the Church, Saint Anthony of Padua practiced the Three Hail Mary’s devotion and exhorted others to do so, as well. The other great Franciscan missionary St. Leonard of Port Maurice (1675-1751) also openly exhorted his listeners to practice this devotion as a remedy against sexual sins.

The doctor of the Church St. Alphonsus Maria Liguori, in his book The Glories of Mary, says the following about the devotion:

“Each morning and each night, when arising and when going to bed, say three Hail Mary’s prostrate on the ground, or at least kneeling, and to each Hail Mary add the short aspiration: ‘By thy pure and Immaculate Conception, O Mary, make my body pure and my soul holy.’

What if Mary was like… just scared of what might happen if she told the truth about her pregnancy (like getting stoned to death) and just… I donno… lied? About everything? Maybe?
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girls don’t have to wait for a prince on a white horse all the time, do they? sometimes they should ride on the back of a white horse to find their prince by themselves! it depends on you whether you can make your dream happen.

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When I was at Headless, I worked for Nickelodeon on the short My Friend Pancake. It was very exciting to do key backgrounds. Character Design was done by Maxime Mary and Caroline Lefevre. It was the first time that people from “Nickel Chrome” work together before we create this collective.

You can show the short here => http://variety.com/2016/tv/news/nickelodeon-2016-animated-shorts-program-2015-finalists-1201695536/

How the “Mary = Moriarty” suspicion is supported by the editing.

Moriarty says : “You’re dreaming.”

And Sherlock gasps, has a literal “light bulb moment” (notice the increased lighting)

and then the picture cuts to this

Mary says: “You’re dreaming.”

Even though at first this associative transition could be considered “accidental” (maybe Mary was shining the light?), we get this picture next:

John should’ve been the first person Sherlock sees. And where was Mary at this point?

At the end of the bed. Quite far away. 


The cut to Mary was not an accident.