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1 Intro,1| gladly dedicated himself to Jesus Christ's upbringing,(1) 2 Intro,1| us to be his sons through Jesus Christ" (Eph 1:5). ~ 3 I,2 | you shall call his name Jesus, for he will save his people 4 I,2 | read: "Now the birth of Jesus Christ took place in this 5 I,2 | about the annunciation of Jesus' birth: "The angel Gabriel 6 I,2 | you shall call his name Jesus. He will be great, and will 7 I,3 | you shall call his name Jesus, for he will save his people 8 I,3 | he must receive the name Jesus. This was a name known among 9 II,7 | fatherly protection for Jesus that God chose Joseph to 10 II,7 | While clearly affirming that Jesus was conceived by the power 11 II,7 | the virginal conception of Jesus, it is no less important 12 II,7 | says, and you will call him Jesus. Scripture recognizes that 13 II,7 | Scripture recognizes that Jesus is not born of Joseph's 14 II,7 | offspring being the Lord Jesus himself; fidelity, since 15 II,8 | the person and mission of Jesus directly through the exercise 16 II,8 | recognize that Joseph showed Jesus "by a special gift from 17 II,8 | fatherly authority over Jesus, God also gave Joseph a 18 II,8 | responsibility of Joseph toward Jesus. For salvation-which comes 19 II,8 | show how in the life of Jesus nothing was left to chance, 20 II,8 | private" or "hidden" life of Jesus is entrusted to Joseph's 21 II,9 | officially inserting the name "Jesus, son of Joseph of Nazareth" ( 22 II,9 | registration clearly shows that Jesus belongs to the human race 23 II,9 | was with child, and since Jesus was born before the census 24 II,10 | shepherds who arrived at Jesus' birthplace after the angel 25 II,11 | and duty with regard to Jesus. ~The principle which holds 26 II,11 | 1) serves to explain why Jesus would accept them. As with 27 II,11 | circumcision too is "fulfilled" in Jesus. God's covenant with Abraham, 28 II,11 | and perfect realization in Jesus, who is the "yes" of all 29 II,12 | Joseph names the child "Jesus." This is the only name 30 II,12 | You shall call the child Jesus, for he will save his people 31 II,12 | own legal fatherhood over Jesus, and in speaking the name 32 II,13 | The Presentation of Jesus in the Temple ~13. This 33 II,13 | on the subsequent stay of Jesus in the Temple at the age 34 II,13 | God, when he referred to Jesus as the "salvation which 35 II,14 | cf. Hos 11:1). ~And so Jesus' way back to Nazareth from 36 II,15 | Jesus' Stay in the Temple ~15. 37 II,15 | the land of Israel. There Jesus "grew and became strong, 38 II,15 | hidden" life, during which Jesus prepared himself for his 39 II,15 | Passover in Jerusalem when Jesus was twelve years old. Together 40 II,15 | Together with Mary and Joseph, Jesus took part in the feast as 41 II,15 | were returning, the boy Jesus stayed behind in Jerusalem. 42 II,15 | anxiously" (Lk 2:48). The answer Jesus gave was such that "they 43 II,15 | people said and thought: Jesus was the son (as was supposed) 44 II,15 | Nonetheless, the reply of Jesus in the Temple brought once 45 II,15 | that the twelve- year-old Jesus brought to mind: "I must 46 II,16 | Support and Education of Jesus of Nazareth ~16. The growth 47 II,16 | Nazareth ~16. The growth of Jesus "in wisdom and in stature, 48 II,16 | important task of "raising" Jesus, that is, feeding, clothing 49 II,16 | life."(30)~For his part, Jesus "was obedient to them" ( 50 III,20 | his rights in regard to Jesus. "It is certain that the 51 III,21 | Person of the Word-Son, Jesus Christ. Together with human 52 III,21 | spoke to the twelve-year-old Jesus in the Temple take on their 53 III,21 | phrase: Mary's words to Jesus show the complete reality 54 III,21 | his human fatherhood over Jesus. And thus, following the 55 IV,22 | Joseph's entire life. For Jesus, these were hidden years, 56 IV,22 | submission" or obedience of Jesus in the house of Nazareth 57 IV,22 | so too, by analogy, is Jesus' work at the side of Joseph 58 IV,22 | his trade together with Jesus, Joseph brought human work 59 IV,23 | In the human growth of Jesus "in wisdom, age and grace," 60 V,25 | example, why St. Teresa of Jesus, the great reformer of the 61 V,27 | life between Joseph and Jesus leads us to consider once 62 V,27 | reference to the humanity of Jesus as the efficacious instrument 63 V,27 | of physical contact with Jesus for healing (cf. for example, 64 V,27 | 1:41), and the influence Jesus exercised upon John the 65 V,27 | not neglect the story of Jesus' birth, his circumcision, 66 V,27 | itself: Mary, the Mother of Jesus, and Joseph, his presumed 67 V,27 | upon the "filial" love of Jesus? And vice versa why should 68 V,27 | should the "filial" love of Jesus not have had an influence 69 V,27 | develop the humanity of Jesus, which was inseparably linked 70 VI,28 | and the presumed father of Jesus..., Joseph was in his day 71 VI,30 | salvific will revealed in Jesus. Already at the beginning 72 VI,31 | fatherly love...for the child Jesus" and commended to him, as " 73 VI,31 | beloved inheritance which Jesus Christ purchased by his 74 VI,31 | once you saved the Child Jesus from mortal danger, so now 75 VI,32 | and Eternal Covenant in Jesus Christ. May he show us the

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