1 Intro,1 | Joseph took loving care of Mary and gladly dedicated himself
2 Intro,1 | Church, of which the Virgin Mary is the exemplar and model.~
3 Intro,1 | reflection upon the way that Mary's spouse shared in the divine
4 Intro,1 | other human being except Mary, the Mother of the Incarnate
5 I,2 | Marriage to Mary ~2. "Joseph, Son of David,
6 I,2 | David, do not fear to take Mary your wife, for that which
7 I,2 | this way. When his mother Mary had been betrothed to Joseph,
8 I,2 | However, the origin of Mary's pregnancy "of the Holy
9 I,2 | and the virgin's name was Mary" (Lk 1:26-27). The angel'
10 I,2 | created an inner turmoil in Mary and also moved her to reflect.
11 I,2 | her: "Do not be afraid, Mary, for you have found favor
12 I,2 | moment of the Annunciation, Mary was "betrothed to a man
13 I,2 | explained indirectly when Mary, after hearing what the
14 I,2 | God" (Lk 1:35). Although Mary is already "wedded" to Joseph,
15 I,2 | her marriage to Joseph, Mary is found to be with child
16 I,2 | means, in particular to Mary's final words: "Let it be
17 I,2 | passing of days and weeks Mary's "pregnancy" is visible
18 I,3 | not know how to deal with Mary's "astonishing" motherhood.
19 I,3 | David, do not fear to take Mary your wife, for that which
20 I,3 | Joseph to the mystery of Mary's motherhood. While remaining
21 I,3 | Spirit. And when the Son in Mary's womb comes into the world,
22 I,3 | visited by the messenger as "Mary's spouse," as the one who
23 I,3 | earthly father with regard to Mary's Son.~"When Joseph woke
24 I,3 | Lord commanded him and took Mary as his wife" (cf. Mt 1:24).
25 I,3 | a readiness of will like Mary's with regard to what God
26 II,4 | after the Annunciation, Mary went to the house of Zechariah
27 II,4 | pilgrimage, the faith of Mary meets the faith of Joseph.
28 II,4 | announcement" in the same way as Mary, he "did as the angel of
29 II,4 | special way to the faith of Mary. He accepted as truth coming
30 II,5 | in God" (Eph 3:9), as did Mary, in that decisive moment
31 II,5 | 1 4)."(8)~Together with Mary, Joseph is the first guardian
32 II,5 | divine mystery. Together with Mary, and in relation to Mary,
33 II,5 | Mary, and in relation to Mary, he shares in this final
34 II,5 | placed by God on the path of Mary's "pilgrimage of faith."
35 II,6 | that is to say, before Mary stood at the foot of the
36 II,6 | which he, together with Mary, had been the first guardian.
37 II,6 | redemption-after the name of Mary and before the apostles,
38 II,7 | texts, Joseph's marriage to Mary is the juridical basis of
39 II,7 | that God chose Joseph to be Mary's spouse. It follows that
40 II,7 | pass through marriage to Mary, that is, through the family. ~
41 II,7 | evangelists refer to Joseph as Mary's husband and to Mary as
42 II,7 | as Mary's husband and to Mary as his wife (cf. Mt 1:16,
43 II,7 | less important to uphold Mary's marriage to Joseph, because
44 II,7 | according to Joseph? Was he not Mary's husband?... Scripture
45 II,7 | says the angel, to take Mary your wife, for that which
46 II,7 | concern about the origin of Mary's pregnancy, Joseph is told
47 II,7 | Finally, even the Virgin Mary, well aware that she has
48 II,7 | father."(12)~The Son of Mary is also Joseph's Son by
49 II,7 | manner in the marriage of Mary and Joseph. At the culmination
50 II,7 | precisely the marriage of Mary and Joseph that brings to
51 II,7 | on the world, Joseph and Mary arc the summit from which
52 II,8(23) | Husband of the Blessed Virgin Mary.~
53 II,8(24) | Husband of the Blessed Virgin Mary.~
54 II,8 | sensitive to the voice of God. Mary is the Lord's humble servant,
55 II,9 | to register together with Mary his wife, who was with child,
56 II,10 | Joseph, together with Mary, is a privileged witness
57 II,15 | Annunciation, both Joseph and Mary found themselves, in a certain
58 II,15 | years old. Together with Mary and Joseph, Jesus took part
59 II,15 | his answers" (Lk 2:47). Mary asked: "Son, why have you
60 II,15 | 2:49-50)~Joseph, of whom Mary had just used the words "
61 II,15 | Joseph...do not fear to take Mary your wife, for that which
62 II,16 | venerates the memory of Mary the ever Virgin Mother of
63 III,17 | was his life, Joseph, like Mary, remained faithful to God'
64 III,17 | call until the end. While Mary's life was the bringing
65 III,18 | husband. Luke refers to Mary as "a virgin betrothed to
66 III,18 | Thus, before he lived with Mary, Joseph was already her "
67 III,18 | was already her "husband." Mary, however, preserved her
68 III,18 | well ask how this desire of Mary's could be reconciled with
69 III,18 | moment of the Annunciation, Mary knew that she was to fulfill
70 III,18 | himself expected of the Virgin Mary, who was "betrothed" to
71 III,18 | was "betrothed" to Joseph. Mary uttered her fiat.The fact
72 III,18 | uttered her fiat.The fact that Mary was "betrothed" to Joseph
73 III,18 | significant: "Do not fear to take Mary your wife, for that which
74 III,18 | wife: In her motherhood Mary is a virgin. In her, "the
75 III,18 | existed between Joseph and Mary. God's messenger was clear
76 III,18 | Joseph: "Do not fear to take Mary your wife into your home."
77 III,18 | namely, Joseph's marriage to Mary, happened in accord with
78 III,18 | In her divine motherhood Mary had to continue to live
79 III,19 | what was conceived in Mary was "of the Holy Spirit."
80 III,20 | 20. In the Liturgy, Mary is celebrated as "united
81 III,20 | symbolized in the marriage of Mary and Joseph. "Virginity or
82 III,20 | which was coming to pass in Mary, Joseph obeyed the explicit
83 III,20 | command of the angel and look Mary into his home, while respecting
84 III,20 | was from his marriage to Mary that Joseph derived his
85 III,20 | more sublime; yet because Mary was united to Joseph by
86 III,20 | he also gave Joseph to Mary in order that he might share,
87 III,21 | principle, the words which Mary spoke to the twelve-year-old
88 III,21 | no conventional phrase: Mary's words to Jesus show the
89 V,27 | associated with itself: Mary, the Mother of Jesus, and
90 VI,28 | having been the husband of Mary and the presumed father
91 VI,30 | human redemption, after Mary, we find the model of obedience
92 VI,31(48)| Husband of the Blessed Virgin Mary; Prayer after Communion