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1 Intro,1 | 1. "Joseph did as the angel of the 2 Intro,1 | stressed that just as St. Joseph took loving care of Mary 3 Intro,1 | veneration given to St. Joseph over the centuries, I wish 4 Intro,1 | not only will turn to St. Joseph with greater fervor and 5 Intro,1 | precisely the mystery in which Joseph of Nazareth "shared" like 6 Intro,1(4)| common name, also saw in Joseph of Egypt a prototype of 7 Intro,1(4)| of Egypt a prototype of Joseph of Nazareth, inasmuch as 8 I,2 | Marriage to Mary ~2. "Joseph, Son of David, do not fear 9 I,2 | biblical truth about St. Joseph; they refer to that moment 10 I,2 | while also describing how Joseph lived it. However, in order 11 I,2 | Mary had been betrothed to Joseph, before they came together 12 I,2 | to a man whose name was Joseph, of the house of David; 13 I,2 | to a man whose name was Joseph, of the house of David." 14 I,2 | Mary is already "wedded" to Joseph, she will remain a virgin, 15 I,2 | If, after her marriage to Joseph, Mary is found to be with 16 I,2 | visible to the people and to Joseph; she appears before them 17 I,3 | circumstances, "her husband Joseph, being a just man and unwilling 18 I,3 | him in a dream, saying, 'Joseph, son of David, do not fear 19 I,3 | divine messenger introduces Joseph to the mystery of Mary's 20 I,3 | which means "God saves."~Joseph is visited by the messenger 21 I,3 | married to him. It is to Joseph, then, that the messenger 22 I,3 | regard to Mary's Son.~"When Joseph woke from sleep, he did 23 II,4 | Mary meets the faith of Joseph. If Elizabeth said of the 24 II,4 | blessedness can be referred to Joseph as well, since he responded 25 II,4 | moment. While it is true that Joseph did not respond to the angel' 26 II,4 | One can say that what Joseph did united him in an altogether 27 II,4 | perfectly applicable to Joseph of Nazareth. ~ 28 II,5 | Together with Mary, Joseph is the first guardian of 29 II,5 | Luke, one can also say that Joseph is the first to share in 30 II,6 | 6. The path that was Joseph's-his pilgrimage of faith-ended 31 II,6 | of truth. Nevertheless, Joseph's way of faith moved in 32 II,6 | a great devotion to St. Joseph, directed that Joseph's 33 II,6 | St. Joseph, directed that Joseph's name be inserted in the 34 II,7 | deduced from the gospel texts, Joseph's marriage to Mary is the 35 II,7 | for Jesus that God chose Joseph to be Mary's spouse. It 36 II,7 | spouse. It follows that Joseph's fatherhood-a relationship 37 II,7 | the evangelists refer to Joseph as Mary's husband and to 38 II,7 | uphold Mary's marriage to Joseph, because juridically Joseph' 39 II,7 | Joseph, because juridically Joseph's fatherhood depends on 40 II,7 | according to the genealogy of Joseph: "Why," St. Augustine asks, " 41 II,7 | they not be according to Joseph? Was he not Mary's husband?... 42 II,7 | her is of the Holy Spirit. Joseph was told to name the child, 43 II,7 | that Jesus is not born of Joseph's seed, since in his concern 44 II,7 | origin of Mary's pregnancy, Joseph is told that it is of the 45 II,7 | conjugal relations with Joseph, still calls him Christ' 46 II,7 | The Son of Mary is also Joseph's Son by virtue of the marriage 47 II,7 | the marriage of Mary and Joseph. At the culmination of the 48 II,7 | the marriage of Mary and Joseph that brings to realization 49 II,7 | unleashed on the world, Joseph and Mary arc the summit 50 II,8 | 8. St. Joseph was called by God to serve 51 II,8 | to the faithful care of Joseph,"(23) the Liturgy specifies 52 II,8(23) | for the Solemnity of St. Joseph, Husband of the Blessed 53 II,8 | of God was subjected to Joseph, he obeyed him and rendered 54 II,8(24) | for the Solemnity of St. Joseph, Husband of the Blessed 55 II,8 | we must recognize that Joseph showed Jesus "by a special 56 II,8 | over Jesus, God also gave Joseph a share in the corresponding 57 II,8 | fatherly responsibility of Joseph toward Jesus. For salvation-which 58 II,8 | being the Mother of God. Joseph is the one whom God chose 59 II,8 | of Jesus is entrusted to Joseph's guardianship. ~ 60 II,9 | of legitimate authority, Joseph fulfilled for the child 61 II,9 | the name "Jesus, son of Joseph of Nazareth" (cf. Jn 1:45) 62 II,9 | and among all the others Joseph too went to register together 63 II,10 | in the fullness of time," Joseph, together with Mary, is 64 II,10 | in the inn" (Lk 2:6-7). ~Joseph was an eyewitness to this 65 II,10 | the forgiveness of sins. Joseph also witnessed the adoration 66 II,11 | this ceremony (cf. Lk 2:21) Joseph exercised his right and 67 II,12 | 12. At the circumcision Joseph names the child "Jesus." 68 II,12 | significance had been revealed to Joseph at the moment of his "annunciation": " 69 II,12 | In conferring the name, Joseph declares his own legal fatherhood 70 II,13 | and it is fulfilled by Joseph. Represented in the first-born 71 II,14 | once again had recourse to Joseph. We read: "Now when [the 72 II,14 | of the Lord appeared to Joseph in a dream and said, 'Rise, 73 II,14 | had heard about. And so, Joseph, having been warned in a 74 II,14 | begin the Old Covenant, so Joseph, guardian and cooperator 75 II,15 | of the Annunciation, both Joseph and Mary found themselves, 76 II,15 | Together with Mary and Joseph, Jesus took part in the 77 II,15 | Father's house?" (Lk 2:49-50)~Joseph, of whom Mary had just used 78 II,15 | son (as was supposed) or Joseph" (Lk 3:23). Nonetheless, 79 II,15 | night twelve years earlier: "Joseph...do not fear to take Mary 80 II,16 | Family under the eyes of Joseph, who had the important task 81 II,16 | God and the memory of St. Joseph,(29) because "he fed him 82 II,16 | performed at the side of Joseph. ~ 83 III,17 | faith which was his life, Joseph, like Mary, remained faithful 84 III,17 | Annunciation, at the moment of Joseph's own "annunciation" he 85 III,17 | became the beginning of "Joseph's way." The Gospels do not 86 III,17 | any word ever spoken by Joseph along that way. But the 87 III,17 | way. But the silence of Joseph has its own special eloquence, 88 III,17 | storehouse of the noble figure of Joseph.~ 89 III,18 | to a man whose name was Joseph" (Lk 1:27). Even before 90 III,18 | before he lived with Mary, Joseph was already her "husband." 91 III,18 | who was "betrothed" to Joseph. Mary uttered her fiat.The 92 III,18 | Mary was "betrothed" to Joseph was part of the very plan 93 III,18 | Matthew. The words spoken to Joseph are very significant: "Do 94 III,18 | words explain the mystery of Joseph's wife: In her motherhood 95 III,18 | Son of Man."~Addressing Joseph through the words of the 96 III,18 | already existed between Joseph and Mary. God's messenger 97 III,18 | clear in what he said to Joseph: "Do not fear to take Mary 98 III,18 | taken place earlier, namely, Joseph's marriage to Mary, happened 99 III,19 | annunciation" by night, Joseph not only heard the divine 100 III,19 | called by God to this love. ~"Joseph did as the angel of the 101 III,19 | of the Blessed Trinity.~"Joseph. . .took his wife; but he 102 III,19 | Giver of Life (cf. Jn 6:63). Joseph, in obedience to the Spirit, 103 III,20 | celebrated as "united to Joseph, the just man, by a bond 104 III,20 | the marriage of Mary and Joseph. "Virginity or celibacy 105 III,20 | complete self-sacrifice, Joseph expressed his generous love 106 III,20 | coming to pass in Mary, Joseph obeyed the explicit command 107 III,20 | his marriage to Mary that Joseph derived his singular dignity 108 III,20 | because Mary was united to Joseph by the bond of marriage, 109 III,20 | can be no doubt but that Joseph approached as no other person 110 III,20 | follows that God, by giving Joseph to the Virgin, did not give 111 III,20 | her honor: he also gave Joseph to Mary in order that he 112 III,21 | mystery. In this family, Joseph is the father: his fatherhood 113 III,21 | Christ. Within this context, Joseph's human fatherhood was also " 114 III,21 | Nazareth. From the beginning, Joseph accepted with the "obedience 115 IV,22 | specifies the kind of work Joseph did in order to support 116 IV,22 | This simple word sums up Joseph's entire life. For Jesus, 117 IV,22 | a sharing in the work of Joseph. Having learned the work 118 IV,22 | Jesus' work at the side of Joseph the carpenter. In our own 119 IV,22 | liturgical memorial of St. Joseph the Worker on May 1. Human 120 IV,22 | trade together with Jesus, Joseph brought human work closer 121 IV,23(35) | constantly presented St. Joseph as the "model" of workers 122 IV,24 | accessible to all people: "St. Joseph is the model of those humble 123 V,25 | envelops everything else about Joseph also shrouds his work as 124 V,25 | speak exclusively of what Joseph "did." Still, they allow 125 V,25 | aura of deep contemplation. Joseph was in daily contact with 126 V,25 | renewal of veneration to St. Joseph in Western Christianity.~ 127 V,26 | total sacrifice, whereby Joseph surrendered his whole existence 128 V,27 | communion of life between Joseph and Jesus leads us to consider 129 V,27 | the Mother of Jesus, and Joseph, his presumed father.(40)~ 130 V,27 | should the "fatherly" love of Joseph not have had an influence 131 V,27 | upon the "fatherly" love of Joseph, thus leading to a further 132 V,27 | love have rightly seen in Joseph a brilliant example of the 133 V,27 | interior life.~Furthermore, in Joseph, the apparent tension between 134 V,27 | caritatis),(41) we can say that Joseph experienced both love of 135 VI,28 | patronage of the holy patriarch Joseph, declared him "Patron of 136 VI,28 | his most faithful servant Joseph, "the Church, after the 137 VI,28 | way: "The reasons why St. Joseph must be considered the special 138 VI,28 | presumed father of Jesus..., Joseph was in his day the lawful 139 VI,28 | fitting and most worthy of Joseph's dignity that, in the same 140 VI,30 | 30. Besides trusting in Joseph's sure protection, the Church 141 VI,30 | obedience made incarnate in St. Joseph, the man known for having 142 VI,30 | VI invited us to invoke Joseph's patronage "as the Church 143 VI,30 | The Church also calls upon Joseph as her protector because 144 VI,30 | such as shine forth in St. Joseph."(47)~ 145 VI,31 | the faithful care of St. Joseph, she asks God to grant that 146 VI,31 | purity of heart that inspired Joseph in serving the Incarnate 147 VI,31 | holiness and justice, following Joseph's example and through his 148 VI,31 | for the protection of St. Joseph, Patron of the whole Church. 149 VI,31 | Quamquam Pluries appealed to Joseph's "fatherly love...for the 150 VI,31 | implored the protection of St. Joseph on the basis of "that sacred 151 VI,31 | Church has commended to Joseph all of her cares, including 152 VI,31(48) | for the Solemnity of St. Joseph, Husband of the Blessed 153 VI,31(48) | from the Votive Mass of St. Joseph. ~ 154 VI,31 | commend everyone to St. Joseph.~ 155 VI,32 | reflections on the person of St. Joseph will renew in us the prayerful 156 VI,32 | prayers and the very person of Joseph have renewed significance 157 VI,32 | salvation" of which St. Joseph was a special minister. 158 VI,32 | economy of salvation." May St. Joseph become for all of us an 159 VI,32 | Incarnation of the Word.~May St. Joseph obtain for the Church and


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