The words of the feminine are literally heard in a different way. Mirari
I think the reason that the words of the feminine are heard differently is because we remember our mothers, the first evidence of love we ever encountered. A mother nurtures in a soft way, a way that invites reciprocation. There is a special mother-child bond that is unlike anything else we will encounter in our lifetimes.
If this bond is not well-formed or is broken, we have scars. This is how important maternal love really is.
Women speak differently from men, regardless of how hard a man might try to be nurturing.
This is the advantage that women have in this new era. Women’s voices are ready to be heard now. Mirari tells us this. We are ready to BE more often than DO, for the way of Mary is to “be.” May we ask in the privacy of our thoughts what this means for our world, and respond as we come to understand.