Wincam, let me put it this way... again...
His mother and brothers came to him while he was teaching, and they told Him "your mother and brothers are here." And His response was "Who is my mother? And who are my brothers?" He raised his hands towards his disciples and said "Behold, my mother and brothers, for those who do the will of God is my brother and sister and mother."
You say "Catholics cannot raise her higher than Jesus did by choosing her to be His mother." You even put your own name behind it, so I can definitely quote you on it. But dude, listen to the Lord's words in Matthew 12, Mark 3, and Luke 8 (in case you wanna look it up yourself), He considered His own disciples to being His mother... as well as his brother and sister. Point is when it came to choose either his biological mother or his disciples as his primary family, He chose His disciples. Doesn't that blow Catholic theology concerning Mary out the water, then?
Yes, yes it does. I am being a bit snippy here but you cannot argue against the Lord's clear words here, no matter what a Catholic Bishop proclaimed in the name of the Lord.