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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 110 | the angel who appeared to Joseph ~in dreams. Therefore an 2 2, 110 | 21) that the Lord gave to Joseph "grace [Douay: ~'favor'] 3 2, 12 | unbelieving masters; thus Joseph served ~Pharaoh, Daniel 4 2, 31 | we ~read (Gn. 37:2) that "Joseph accused his brethren to 5 2, 31 | their sin. With regard to Joseph it is ~probable that he 6 2, 87 | Para. 1/1~On the contrary, Joseph swore "by the health of 7 2, 87 | 6] Body Para. 3/3~As to Joseph's oath by the health of 8 2, 93 | interpreting dreams: ~thus Joseph interpreted the dreams of 9 2, 93 | thereof. Now we read of Joseph that he paid ~attention 10 2, 93 | related (Gn. 44:5) that Joseph's steward ~said: "The cup 11 2, 93 | Genes., qu. cxlv], when ~Joseph said that there was no one 12 2, 152 | him, for he also caused Joseph to be sold.~Aquin.: SMT 13 2, 169 | Ecclus. 49:18) it is said of Joseph that "his ~bones were visited, 14 2, 171 | others, as in the case of Joseph who interpreted ~Pharaoh' 15 2, 171 | others, as ~in the case of Joseph, quoted above, and of the 16 3, 12 | the Father is announced to Joseph by angels, and again His 17 3, 15 | to call His father" (i.e. Joseph, who was His reputed ~father), " 18 3, 28 | Abraham ~and David, through Joseph being descended from David. 19 3, 28 | have availed nothing if Joseph were not the father of Christ. ~ 20 3, 28 | conceived Him of the seed of ~Joseph; and consequently that she 21 3, 28 | the marriage of Mary and ~Joseph, "the nuptial intercourse 22 3, 28 | As Bede says on Lk. 1:33: Joseph is called the father of ~ 23 3, 28 | was supposed, the son of Joseph."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[28] A[ 24 3, 28 | Augustine (De Cons. Evang. ii), Joseph is called the ~father of 25 3, 28 | Christ was not begotten of Joseph by fleshly union is ~no 26 3, 28 | union is ~no reason why Joseph should not be called His 27 3, 28 | says on Mt. 1:18: "Though Joseph was not the ~father of our 28 3, 28 | genealogy is traced down ~to Joseph" - first, because "the Scriptures 29 3, 28 | genealogies": secondly, "Mary and Joseph were of the same ~tribe"; 30 3, 28 | trace the genealogy down to Joseph, lest in that marriage any 31 3, 28 | nothing thereby, since both Joseph and Mary were of the ~family 32 3, 28 | written (Mt. 1:18): "Before Joseph and Mary came ~together, 33 3, 28 | subsequently had intercourse ~with Joseph; and consequently that she 34 3, 28 | the words of ~the angel to Joseph: "Fear not to take unto 35 3, 28 | taken place between Mary and Joseph: and ~that, consequently 36 3, 28 | 1:24,25) we read: "And" (Joseph) "took unto him his wife; 37 3, 28 | Blessed Virgin was known by ~Joseph; and, consequently, that 38 3, 28 | the mother of James and Joseph, and the mother of the sons 39 3, 28 | the mother of James and Joseph" ~seems to have been also 40 3, 28 | pass through it,' save that Joseph ~shall not know her? And 41 3, 28 | was ~carnally known by Joseph, and bore other children. 42 3, 28 | extreme presumption ~in Joseph, to assume that he attempted 43 3, 28 | Mother of ~God is called (Joseph's) wife from the first promise 44 3, 28 | ascribed to Chrysostom] that ~"Joseph did not know her, until 45 3, 28 | could not be gazed on by ~Joseph, until she gave birth. But 46 3, 28 | she is acknowledged by ~Joseph, by looking on her face, 47 3, 28 | brethren of the Lord were Joseph's sons by another wife. 48 3, 28 | the Lord to be not sons of Joseph, but cousins ~of the Saviour, 49 3, 28 | blood-relations of His. But Joseph, as Jerome says (Contra 50 3, 28 | the mother of James and Joseph" is not ~to be taken for 51 3, 28 | before being ~espoused to Joseph, although she desired to 52 3, 28 | until she ~was espoused to Joseph. After her espousals, however, 53 3, 29 | between our Lord's Mother and Joseph?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[29] A[ 54 3, 29 | Mother Mary was ~espoused to Joseph": and (Lk. 1:26,27): "The 55 3, 29 | to a man whose name was Joseph."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[29] A[ 56 3, 29 | He might be fostered by Joseph: who is therefore called ~ 57 3, 29 | Thirdly, that, as Jerome says, Joseph might administer to her 58 3, 29 | our sake. First, because Joseph is thus a ~witness to Christ' 59 3, 29 | marriage between Mary and Joseph?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[29] A[ 60 3, 29 | marriage between Mary and ~Joseph. For Jerome says against 61 3, 29 | says against Helvidius that Joseph "was Mary's ~guardian rather 62 3, 29 | this was a true marriage, ~Joseph was truly her husband. Therefore 63 3, 29 | marriage ~between Mary and Joseph.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[29] A[ 64 3, 29 | on Mt. 1:16: "Jacob begot Joseph the husband of Mary," ~Jerome 65 3, 29 | the ~Blessed Virgin and Joseph.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[29] A[ 66 3, 29 | is written (Mt. 1:19): "Joseph, her husband, being a ~just 67 3, 29 | evangelist thought that Joseph ought to sever his union ~ 68 3, 29 | Mary" (since he said that Joseph was Mary's husband) "on 69 3, 29 | Virgin Mother of God and Joseph was absolutely true: because 70 3, 29 | angel calls Mary the wife of Joseph, saying to him (Mt. 1:20): " 71 3, 29 | Virgin was so espoused to Joseph that she dwelt in his home: " 72 3, 29 | although she had the entry of ~Joseph's house by reason of her 73 3, 29 | the ~angel also said to Joseph: "Fear not to take unto 74 3, 30 | especially seeing that ~Joseph, her husband, was instructed 75 3, 30 | made known to her before ~Joseph: since the message was brought 76 3, 30 | before she conceived, but to ~Joseph after she had conceived.~ 77 3, 30 | angel . . ~. appeared to Joseph in his sleep" (Mt. 1:20), 78 3, 30 | most certain. Consequently Joseph, to whom the angel appeared ~ 79 3, 31 | Christ, brings it down to ~Joseph. But Joseph was not Christ' 80 3, 31 | it down to ~Joseph. But Joseph was not Christ's father, 81 3, 31 | He was not conceived of ~Joseph, in whom Matthew's genealogy 82 3, 31 | evangelist affirms ~that Joseph was Mary's husband and that 83 3, 31 | she was called the wife of Joseph, by reason of the ~close 84 3, 31 | genealogy is traced down to Joseph rather than to her by reason ~ 85 3, 31 | Jerome says on Mt. 1:18: "Joseph and Mary were of the ~same 86 3, 31 | says that "Jacob begot Joseph, the husband of Mary": whereas 87 3, 31 | whereas Luke says ~that Joseph was the son of Heli. Therefore 88 3, 31 | Abraham and coming down to Joseph, enumerates forty-two generations. ~ 89 3, 31 | was supposed) the son of Joseph." For among the Jews there 90 3, 31 | are not to understand that Joseph ~is said by Luke to be the 91 3, 31 | time of Christ, ~Heli and Joseph were differently descended 92 3, 31 | supposed to be the son of Joseph, and also to have been ~ 93 3, 31 | fact that He was the son of Joseph, could be called the son 94 3, 31 | one evangelist mentions Joseph's father of whom he was ~ 95 3, 31 | forefathers; or one was Joseph's natural father: the ~other 96 3, 31 | law, of whom he had a son, Joseph, who by nature was ~his 97 3, 31 | Matthew ~says "Jacob begot Joseph": whereas Luke, who was 98 3, 31 | Mary was connected with Joseph in as far as Heli was accounted 99 3, 31 | Abraham and descending to Joseph and the birth of Christ 100 3, 31 | that he ~does not say that Joseph was the son of Heli as though 101 3, 35 | Mother Mary was espoused to Joseph," etc.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 102 3, 36 | to the Blessed Virgin and Joseph. Therefore it was not necessary 103 3, 36 | 1~Reply OBJ 2: Mary and Joseph needed to be instructed 104 3, 37 | from some occurrence; thus Joseph "called the name ~of" the " 105 3, 37 | His Mother, but also to Joseph, who ~was to be his foster-father.~ 106 3, 39 | read (Gn. 41:46) ~that "Joseph was thirty" years old when 107 3, 51 | of ~position - namely, by Joseph of Arimathea, who was "a 108 3, 51 | hand was simple, because ~"Joseph wrapped His body in a clean 109 3, 51 | being naked was clothed by ~Joseph. But He is laid in a "new" 110 3, 51 | not written by hazard: ~'Joseph wrapped Christ's body in 111 Suppl, 40| tunic," perseverance, for Joseph is said (Gn. 37:23) to have 112 Suppl, 59| marry an unbeliever. For Joseph ~married an Egyptian woman, 113 Suppl, 59| into ~idolatry. And thus Joseph, Moses, and Esther married 114 Suppl, 62| is stated (Mt. 1:19) that Joseph . . . being a just ~man . . . " 115 Suppl, 62| 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Joseph was minded to put away the 116 Suppl, 65| 37:2), and consented kill Joseph and to sell him. Wherefore


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