Robert Sessford recently left a great comment:
"Very nice sentiments. But did Pope St. Pius X not realize he could go straight to the source? And if he's not saying that Mary and Jesus are equal, how can "ALL" be for both?"That's a great question? "How can all be for both Jesus and Mary?
The answer lies in understanding Christianity through the lens of "participation." Mary participates in Christ since she is a member of the Body of Christ. Hence, there is not competition between Jesus and Mary since they are not two independent objects. Rather, she belongs to Him.
For example, if you as a friend sent flowers to my mother - you would in turn honor me. The love of family is participatory - not competitive.
To put it another way, as a husband you can offer ALL OF YOUR LOVE to your wife without subtracting love from Jesus. Why? Because when you love your wife, you 're showing love for Jesus.I can be 100% dedicated to Christ by being 100% dedicated to my wife. Likewise, I can be 100% dedicated to Christ by being 100% dedicated to Mary. As a matter of fact, Christ was 100% dedicated to God the Father and 100% dedicated to His Mother Mary, as the law commands: "Honor thy father and thy mother."
The mystery of shared love is ultimately Trinitarian. The Divine Persons do not compete but share. This is the model of all human love, especially in the Church where we understand loving people to be a form of loving Christ...See Matthew 25 for details.