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1 Intro,1 | him and took his wife" (cf. Mt 1 :24).~Inspired by 2 Intro,1(1)| Cf. St. Irenaeus, Adversus 3 Intro,1(4)| Cf. St. John Chrysostom, In 4 Intro,1(4)| and his most holy Mother: cf., for example, St. Bernard, 5 I,3 | took Mary as his wife" (cf. Mt 1:24). He took her in 6 II,4 | clearest "obedience of faith" (cf. Rom 1:5; 16:26; 2 Cor 10: 7 II,4(6) | Cf. ibid., 63.~ 8 II,5 | the mystery of his will (cf. Eph 1:9). His will was 9 II,5 | sharers in the divine nature (cf. Eph 2:18; 2 Pt 1 4)."(8)~ 10 II,5(9) | Cf. Second Vatican Ecumenical 11 II,7 | predestination is ordered (cf. Rom 8:28-29)-comes to pass 12 II,7 | intact in the marriage (cf. Mt 1:18-25; Lk 1:26-38), 13 II,7 | and to Mary as his wife (cf. Mt 1:16, 18-20, 24; Lk 14 II,7(13) | I, 11, 12: PL 44, 421; cf. De consensu evangelistarum, 15 II,7(14) | I, 11, 13: PL 44, 421; cf. Contra Iulianum, V, 12, 16 II,7(15) | Cf. St. Augustine, Contra Faustum, 17 II,7(16) | Cf. Discourses of January 9, 18 II,7(19) | 49: loc. cit., p. 140; cf. Second Vatican Ecumenical 19 II,8(21) | Cf. St. John Chrysostom, In 20 II,8(23) | Cf. Roman Missal, Collect for 21 II,8(24) | Cf. ibid., Preface for the 22 II,9 | of Joseph of Nazareth" (cf. Jn 1:45) in the registry 23 II,10 | of that "self-emptying" (cf. Phil 2:5-8) which Christ 24 II,10 | the great and happy news (cf. Lk 2:15- 16) . Later he 25 II,10 | who came from the East (cf. Mt 2:11). ~ 26 II,11 | and with this ceremony (cf. Lk 2:21) Joseph exercised 27 II,11 | a shadow of the reality (cf. Heb 9:9f; 10:1) serves 28 II,11 | circumcision was the sign (cf. Gn 17:13), reaches its 29 II,11 | all the ancient promises (cf. 2 Cor 1:20). ~ 30 II,12 | which there is salvation (cf. Acts 4:12). Its significance 31 II,12 | people from their sins" (cf. Mt 1:21). In conferring 32 II,13 | true "price" of ransom (cf. 1 Cor 6:20; 7:23; 1 Pt 33 II,13 | that is spoken against" (cf. Lk 2:30-34). ~ 34 II,14 | called my son' " (Mt 2:14-15; cf. Hos 11:1). ~And so Jesus' 35 II,16(29) | Cf. Roman Missal, Eucharistic 36 III,18 | the wife of her husband" (cf. Lk 1:27).~ 37 III,19 | through the Holy Spirit (cf. Rm 5:5) molds every human 38 III,19 | Spirit, the Giver of Life (cf. Jn 6:63). Joseph, in obedience 39 IV,23(34) | Cf. Encyclical Letter Laborem 40 IV,23(35) | of workers and laborers; Cf., for example, Leo XIII, 41 V,26(38) | Cf. St. Thomas, Summa Theol. 42 V,27 | with Jesus for healing (cf. for example, Mk 1:41), 43 V,27 | in their mothers' wombs (cf. Lk 1:41-44).~As we have 44 V,27(40) | Cf. Pius XII, Encyclical Letter 45 V,27(41) | Cf. St. Thomas, Summa Theol. 46 VI,28(42) | Cf. Sacror. Rituum Congreg., 47 VI,29 | special "power from on high" (cf. Lk 24:49; Acts 1:8): a 48 VI,30 | ours-though capable of nothing (cf. Jn 15:5), is never dispensed 49 VI,31(48) | Cf. Roman Missal, Collect, 50 VI,31(49) | Cf. Leo XIII, "Oratio ad Sanctum


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