Not as we know it. Love for the Church is love for Mary, and vice versa, since the one cannot exist without the other. The Church was united in the Upper Room with Mary, the Mother of Jesus, and with His disciples. The Church cannot be referred to unless it includes Mary, the Mother of our Lord. Mary is the Mother of the Church. The Church is the family of God, the people of God, the kingdom of God and the Mystical Body of Christ, all of which are images of the Church. Of all this, Mary is the spiritual Mother. God Himself decided that Christ would not exist without Mary; therefore neither could His Church. Without Mary there would be no Church for then there would be no Jesus!

Pentecost is the birthday of the Church. The church as the Mystical Body of Christ. Vine and branches, has Head, Soul and members. Jesus Christ is the Head. The Holy Spirit is the Soul of the Church. We as God's people are the members. The birth of the church was complete only at Pentecost when the Holy Spirit came down upon the early Church in the form of tongues of fire. Mary, the Mother of the church, was present at the birthday of the Church. The Holy Spirit overshadowed Mary when the Head of the Church was conceived. When the whole Church was born on Pentecost, the Holy Spirit overshadowed Mary again. Mary the Mother of the Church was there when the Holy Spirit came down in the form of tongues of fire.

Pope Paul VI in writing on true devotion to the Blessed Virgin Mary said: "If one studies the history of Christian worship, in fact, one notes that both in the East and in the West, the highest and purest expressions of devotion to the Blessed Virgin have sprung from the liturgy or have been incorporated into it." This is true to the present day. There are many feasts of Mary in the Church's year of Worship. Also, Mary is mentioned at every holy Mass.
(Our Lady Help of Christians is Patroness of Australia.)

Source: Fr. Robert J. Fox, The Marian Catechism.