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1 III,20(32)| November 22, 1981), 16:106. cit., p. 98.~ 2 II,7(13) | evangelistarum, II, 1, 2: PL 34, 1071; Contra Faustum, III, 2: 3 II,7(15) | evangelistarum, II, 1, 3: PL 34, 1072; Sermo, 51, 13, 21: PL 38, 4 II,8(22) | Insegnamenti, IV (1966), p. 110.~ 5 V,26(37) | Ibid.: loc. cit., p. 1267.~ 6 IV,24(36) | Insegnamenti, VII (1969), p. 1268.~ 7 VI,30(47) | Insegnarnenti, VII (1969) p. 1269.~ 8 II,7(19) | Ibid., 49: loc. cit., p. 140; cf. Second Vatican Ecumenical 9 II,7(16) | III/I (1980), pp. 88-92; 148-152; 428-431.~ 10 II,7(17) | PM. Acta, XII (1892), p. 149f.; Benedict XV, Motu Proprio 11 II,7(16) | I (1980), pp. 88-92; 148-152; 428-431.~ 12 II,8(26) | 1958): AAS 50 (1958), p.174.~ 13 Intro,1(2)| P.M. Acta, IX (1890), pp. 175-182.~ 14 VI,28(44) | 15, 1889): loc. cit., pp. 177-179.~ 15 III,20(33)| 15, 1889): loc. cit., pp. 177f.~ 16 II,8(25) | 15, 1889): loc. cit., p. 178.~ 17 IV,23(35) | 15, 1889): loc. cit., p. 180; Benedict XV, Motu proprio 18 VI,31(49) | P.M. Acta, IX (1890), p. 183.~ 19 Intro,1(3)| Inclytum Patriarcham (July 7, 1871): loc. cit., pp. 331-335.~ 20 II,7(20) | 1981), 85: loc. cit., pp. 189f.~ 21 II,9(28) | Lucam, 6: S. Ch. 87, pp. 196f.~ 22 II,7(18) | November 22, 1981), 17: AAS 74 (1982), p. 100.~ 23 VI,29(45) | Christifidele Laici (December 30, 1988), 34: AAS 81 (1989), p. 24 II,7(13) | Faustum, III, 2: PL 42, 214.~ 25 II,8(27) | Lucam, 7: S. Ch. 87, pp 214f.~ 26 II,13 | to which Luke refers (2:22ff.), includes the ransom of 27 VI,28(43) | Ibid.: loc. cit., pp. 282f.~ 28 VI,28(42) | December 8, 1870): loc. cit., p.283.~ 29 VI,31 | 31. The Church transforms these 30 II,7(17) | 1920): AAS 12 (1920), pp. 313- 317.~ 31 IV,23(35) | 25, 1920): loc. cit., pp. 314-316; Pius XII, Discourse ( 32 IV,23(35) | 1920): loc. cit., pp. 314-316; Pius XII, Discourse (March 33 II,7(17) | AAS 12 (1920), pp. 313- 317.~ 34 V,27(40) | III: AAS 48 (1956), pp. 329f.~ 35 Intro,1(3)| 7, 1871): loc. cit., pp. 331-335.~ 36 Intro,1(3)| 1871): loc. cit., pp. 331-335.~ 37 Intro,1(4)| Bernardi Opera, Ed. Cist., IV, 33f.; Leo XIII, Encyclical Epistle 38 II,7(12) | Sermo 51, 10, 16: PL 38, 342.~ 39 II,7(15) | Sermo, 51, 13, 21: PL 38, 344f.; St. Thomas, Summa Theol., 40 I,2 | holy, the Son of God" (Lk 1:35). Although Mary is already " 41 IV,23(35) | March 11, 1945), 4: AAS 37 (1945), p. 72: Discourse ( 42 II,14 | God was upon him" (Lk 2:39-40).~But according to Matthew' 43 IV,23(35) | 1960): AAS 52 (1960), p. 398.~ 44 IV,23(35) | 1955): AAS 47 (1955), p. 406; John XXIII, Radio Address ( 45 II,7(16) | 1980), pp. 88-92; 148-152; 428-431.~ 46 II,15 | parents did not know it" (Lk 2:43). After a day's journey, 47 VI,29(45) | 34: AAS 81 (1989), p. 456.~ 48 II,7(14) | Contra Iulianum, V, 12, 46: PL 44, 810.~ 49 II,7(15) | Faustum, XXIII, 8: PL 42, 470f.; De consensu evangelistarum, 50 II,6(11) | November 13, 1962): AAS 54 (1962), p. 873.~ 51 II,4(5) | the Church, Lumen Gentium, 58.~ 52 IV,23(34) | 9: AAS 73 (1981), pp. 599f.~ 53 II,7(17) | May 4, 1970), n. 7: AAS 62 (1970), p. 431. Similar 54 IV,23(35) | Ibid., 24: loc. cit., p. 638. The Popes in recent times 55 Intro,1(1)| 23, 1: S. Ch. 100/2, pp. 692-694.~ 56 Intro,1(1)| 1: S. Ch. 100/2, pp. 692-694.~ 57 IV,23(35) | 1945), 4: AAS 37 (1945), p. 72: Discourse (May 1, 1955): 58 IV,23(34) | September 14, 1981), 9: AAS 73 (1981), pp. 599f.~ 59 II,7(18) | November 22, 1981), 17: AAS 74 (1982), p. 100.~ 60 VI,29(45) | December 30, 1988), 34: AAS 81 (1989), p. 456.~ 61 II,7(14) | Iulianum, V, 12, 46: PL 44, 810.~ 62 V,26(38) | Summa Theol. II-IIae, q. 82, a. 3, ad 2.~ 63 II,7(20) | Consortio (November 22, 1981), 85: loc. cit., pp. 189f.~ 64 II,6(11) | 1962): AAS 54 (1962), p. 873.~ 65 II,7(16) | Insegnamenti, III/I (1980), pp. 88-92; 148-152; 428-431.~ 66 II,7(16) | Insegnamenti, III/I (1980), pp. 88-92; 148-152; 428-431.~ 67 III,20(32)| 1981), 16:106. cit., p. 98.~ 68 II,11 | of the reality (cf. Heb 9:9f; 10:1) serves to explain 69 II,8 | of his heart and all his abilities into love placed at the 70 II,11 | Jesus. God's covenant with Abraham, of which circumcision was 71 II,15 | journey, they noticed his absence and began to search "among 72 VI,30 | with reverence,"(46) an absolute readiness to serve faithfully 73 IV,23 | Christ in their lives, by accepting, through faith, a living 74 II,5 | was that men should have access to the Father, through Christ, 75 IV,24 | promoted according to a model accessible to all people: "St. Joseph 76 III,18 | marriage to Mary, happened in accord with God's will and was 77 II,15 | among their kinsfolk and acquaintances." "After three days they 78 IV,24 | sanctification which each person must acquire according to his or her 79 V,27 | apparent tension between the active and the contemplative life 80 II,7(19) | of the Laity, Apostolicam Actuositatem,11.~ 81 II,7 | married couple. But whereas Adam and Eve were the source 82 IV,23(35) | 406; John XXIII, Radio Address (May 1, 1960): AAS 52 (1960), 83 III,18 | became "the Son of Man."~Addressing Joseph through the words 84 II,8 | the necessary qualities to adequately fulfill it, we must recognize 85 II,5 | so that we might receive adoption as sons" (Gal 4:4-5). In 86 II,10 | Joseph also witnessed the adoration of the shepherds who arrived 87 II,7 | fidelity, since there was no adultery: the sacrament, since there 88 II,4 | stated the Blessed Virgin advanced in her pilgrimage of faith, 89 VI,31 | her enemies and from all adversity."(49) Today we still have 90 Intro,1(1)| Cf. St. Irenaeus, Adversus haereses, IV, 23, 1: S. 91 II,16 | respectfully returning the affection of his "parents." In this 92 II,8 | the natural love, all the affectionate solicitude that a father' 93 II,7 | the family. ~While clearly affirming that Jesus was conceived 94 I,2 | plan for her: "Do not be afraid, Mary, for you have found 95 II,7 | wherein is manifested his all-powerful will to purify and sanctify 96 V,25 | Joseph "did." Still, they allow us to discover in his "actions"- 97 II,4 | Joseph did united him in an altogether special way to the faith 98 | am 99 II,15 | and all who heard him were amazed at his understanding and 100 II,9 | power for ever and ever, Amen."(28) ~ 101 II,8(26) | in the United States of America (February 19, 1958): AAS 102 VI,28 | having recourse to him amid tribulations."(43)~What 103 IV,22 | and holiness, so too, by analogy, is Jesus' work at the side 104 II,7 | family are in the final analysis specified by love. Hence 105 II,7 | there was no divorce."( 14) ~Analyzing the nature of marriage, 106 II,8 | commands communicated by angels and received by creatures 107 II,15 | his understanding and his answers" (Lk 2:47). Mary asked: " 108 II,15 | have been looking for you anxiously" (Lk 2:48). The answer Jesus 109 II,6 | name of Mary and before the apostles, popes and martyrs.(11) ~ 110 II,7(19) | Apostolate of the Laity, Apostolicam Actuositatem,11.~ 111 VI,31 | Epistle Quamquam Pluries appealed to Joseph's "fatherly love... 112 II,9 | careful examination it will appear that a kind of mystery is 113 I,2 | people and to Joseph; she appears before them as one who must 114 II,4 | essence of faith, is perfectly applicable to Joseph of Nazareth. ~ 115 III,20 | no doubt but that Joseph approached as no other person ever 116 V,27(40) | Encyclical Letter Haurietis aquas (May 15, 1956), III: AAS 117 II,7 | the world, Joseph and Mary arc the summit from which holiness 118 V,25 | shrouded in silence as they are-an aura of deep contemplation. 119 VI,28 | care and patronage, chiefly arise from his having been the 120 III,19 | deep spiritual closeness arising from marital union and the 121 II,10 | adoration of the shepherds who arrived at Jesus' birthplace after 122 III,18 | exclusively to God. One may well ask how this desire of Mary' 123 II,15 | teachers, listening to them and asking them questions; and all 124 II,4 | reveals,' and willingly assenting to the revelation given 125 IV,23 | its meaning be known and assimilated in order to "help all people 126 VI,31 | falsehood and sin...graciously assist us from heaven in our struggle 127 V,27 | will had most intimately associated with itself: Mary, the Mother 128 III,20 | is the highest degree of association and friendship involving 129 III,18 | the Son of the Most High" assumed a human body and became " 130 VI,32 | 15-the Solemnity of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary-in 131 II,7 | his fatherhood. It was to assure fatherly protection for 132 I,3 | how to deal with Mary's "astonishing" motherhood. He certainly 133 III,17 | testimony with ever greater attention and with deeper understanding, 134 VI,30 | Council has said, the basic attitude of the entire Church must 135 II,9 | took place under Caesar Augustus, and among all the others 136 II,13 | be redeemed, but the very author of redemption.~The gospel 137 II,7 | even the Virgin Mary, well aware that she has not conceived 138 | away 139 V,27 | exercised upon John the Baptist when they were both in their 140 VI,30 | Vatican Council has said, the basic attitude of the entire Church 141 III,20(31)| Collectio Missarum de Beata Maria Virgine, 1, "Sancta 142 III,19 | everything of human worth and beauty, everything that bespeaks 143 | becomes 144 III,21 | not one that derives from begetting offspring; but neither is 145 | begin 146 II,10 | the mind of God," which begins to unfold before his eyes " 147 II,8 | might watch over his only begotten Son."(24) Leo XIII emphasized 148 | behind 149 III,20 | respecting the fact that she belonged exclusively to God.~On the 150 V,27 | on all mankind, the first beneficiaries were undoubtedly those whom 151 Intro,1(4)| Mother: cf., for example, St. Bernard, Super "Missus est," Hom. 152 Intro,1(4)| Missus est," Hom. II, 16: S. Bernardi Opera, Ed. Cist., IV, 33f.; 153 III,19 | beauty, everything that bespeaks an exclusive gift of self, 154 I,2 | words we find the core of biblical truth about St. Joseph; 155 II,10 | shepherds who arrived at Jesus' birthplace after the angel had brought 156 II,4 | in a certain sense this blessedness can be referred to Joseph 157 VI,32 | well as for each of us, the blessing of the Father, Son and Holy 158 VI,31 | Christ purchased by his blood." Since that time-as I recalled 159 II,9 | people of the world in the book of the living, so that as 160 VI,32 | apostolate.~This just man, who bore within himself the entire 161 III,19 | knew her not, until she had borne a son" (Mt 1:24-25). These 162 II,15 | they were returning, the boy Jesus stayed behind in Jerusalem. 163 II,16 | faithful must eat as the bread of eternal life."(30)~For 164 II,7 | Lord for the Church his bride."(18) This being the case, 165 V,27 | rightly seen in Joseph a brilliant example of the interior 166 Intro,1 | your consideration, dear brothers, and sisters, some reflections 167 V,26 | the responsibility and the burden of a family, but, through 168 II,9 | whole world took place under Caesar Augustus, and among all 169 V,26 | also his legitimate human calling, his conjugal happiness, 170 II,5 | which-especially at the time of Calvary and Pentecost-Mary will 171 II,6 | be inserted in the Roman Canon of the Mass-which is the 172 II,13 | what Simeon said in his canticle to God, when he referred 173 VI,30 | action which is ours-though capable of nothing (cf. Jn 15:5), 174 II,9 | to the person who makes a careful examination it will appear 175 II,8 | Incarnation. The gospel writers carefully show how in the life of 176 VI,31 | commended to Joseph all of her cares, including those dangers 177 V,27 | between the love of the truth (caritas veritatis) and the practical 178 V,27 | demands of love (necessitas caritatis),(41) we can say that Joseph 179 V,25 | the great reformer of the Carmelites, promoted the renewal of 180 VI,30 | known for having faithfully carried out God's commands.~Pope 181 I,2 | who must give birth and carry within herself the mystery 182 V,27 | actions were salvific for us, causing grace within us, either 183 III,20 | and Joseph. "Virginity or celibacy for the sake of the Kingdom 184 Intro,1 | On the occasion of the centenary of Pope Leo XIII's Encyclical 185 VI,32 | Predecessor called for a century ago. Our prayers and the 186 II,11 | a father, and with this ceremony (cf. Lk 2:21) Joseph exercised 187 II,8 | Jesus nothing was left to chance, but how everything took 188 III,18 | Nazareth possesses the clear characteristics of a husband. Luke refers 189 VI,28 | his care and patronage, chiefly arise from his having been 190 III,19 | noblest traditions of the Chosen People, loved the Virgin 191 V,27 | radiated from the humanity of Christ-and the demands of love-that 192 VI,29 | the Apostolic Exhortation Christideles Laici-"religion and the 193 VI,29(45) | Post-Synodal Apostolic Exhortation Christifidele Laici (December 30, 1988), 194 II,10 | of God into the world on Christmas night in Bethlehem. Luke 195 Intro,1 | the divine mystery, the Church-on the road towards the future 196 III,20 | represent the mystery of the Church-virgin and spouse-as symbolized 197 I,3 | 3. In these circumstances, "her husband Joseph, being 198 Intro,1(4)| S. Bernardi Opera, Ed. Cist., IV, 33f.; Leo XIII, Encyclical 199 II,9 | race as a man among men, a citizen of this world, subject to 200 II,9 | world, subject to laws and civil institutions, but also " 201 II,4 | wife." What he did is the clearest "obedience of faith" (cf. 202 II,7 | relationship that places him as close as possible to Christ, to 203 II,16 | Jesus, that is, feeding, clothing and educating him in the 204 II,10 | wrapped him in swaddling cloths, and laid him in a manger, 205 I,2 | At this point Luke's text coincides with Matthew 1:18 and serves 206 VI,30 | conditional and ennobling collaboration. The Church also calls upon 207 III,20(31)| Collectio Missarum de Beata Maria 208 III,20 | Joseph obeyed the explicit command of the angel and look Mary 209 VI,31 | still have good reason to commend everyone to St. Joseph.~ 210 VI,32 | was a special minister. Commending ourselves, then, to the 211 VI,29 | impetus for her renewed commitment to evangelization in the 212 II,4 | obedience of faith man freely commits himself entirely to God, 213 II,7 | mission to guard, reveal and communicate love, and this is a living 214 VI,30 | for the entire Christian community, whatever the condition 215 III,20 | give him to her only as a companion for life, a witness of her 216 II,9 | born before the census was completed: to the person who makes 217 III,19 | love of God also molds-in a completely unique way-the love of husband 218 I,2 | God. And behold, you will conceive in your womb and bear a 219 II,7 | to profess the virginal conception of Jesus, it is no less 220 II,7 | Joseph's seed, since in his concern about the origin of Mary' 221 II,7(15) | Theol., III, q. 29, a. 2 in conclus. ~ 222 II,8 | fatherhood is expressed concretely "in his having made his 223 II,8 | life, in keeping with that "condescension" which is inherent in the 224 VI,30 | dispensed from a humble but conditional and ennobling collaboration. 225 II,12 | Conferral of the Name ~12. At the 226 II,12 | sins" (cf. Mt 1:21). In conferring the name, Joseph declares 227 VI,28 | the reasons for such great confidence? Leo XIII explained it in 228 III,18 | of the Holy Spirit also confirmed in a special way the marriage 229 III,20 | marriage but presupposes and confirms it. Marriage and virginity 230 II,6(11) | Sacred Congregation of Rites, Decree Novis hisce 231 II,8 | to the redemptive mission connected with it; in having used 232 II,7 | union of hearts," with "consent."(15) These elements are 233 III,21 | in the family. This is a consequence of the hypostatic union: 234 V,27 | Joseph and Jesus leads us to consider once again the mystery of 235 Intro,1 | I wish to offer for your consideration, dear brothers, and sisters, 236 V,26 | very singular commands and consolations came, bringing him also 237 IV,23(35) | Popes in recent times have constantly presented St. Joseph as 238 II,6 | Incarnation and Redemption constitute an organic and indissoluble 239 V,26 | exercise of devotion which constitutes one expression of the virtue 240 VI,31(49) | Oratio ad Sanctum Iosephum," contained immediately after the text 241 III,17 | understand this truth, for it contains one of the most important 242 V,25 | they are-an aura of deep contemplation. Joseph was in daily contact 243 I,2 | understand fully both its content and context, it is important 244 VI,32 | in which there must be a continuation and further development 245 III,18 | divine motherhood Mary had to continue to live as "a virgin, the 246 II,8 | emphasize the unity and continuity of the plan which is fulfilled 247 III,20 | of God not only does not contradict the dignity of marriage 248 III,21 | looking for you." This is no conventional phrase: Mary's words to 249 Intro,1 | plan of salvation.( 4)~I am convinced that by reflection upon 250 VI,31 | that she may faithfully cooperate in the work of salvation; 251 II,8 | Church's Liturgy teaches, he "cooperated in the fullness of time 252 II,14 | so Joseph, guardian and cooperator in the providential mystery 253 II,8 | gave Joseph a share in the corresponding love, the love that has 254 I,2 | Holy Spirit," this fact corresponds to all that the Annunciation 255 II,7 | Old, there is a married couple. But whereas Adam and Eve 256 III,17 | 17. In the course of that pilgrimage of faith 257 II,7 | family-that sanctuary of love and cradle of life."(17) ~How much 258 I,2 | Lord is with you" (Lk 1:28) created an inner turmoil in Mary 259 IV,23 | come closer to God, the Creator and Redeemer, to participate 260 IV,24 | 24. What is crucially important here is the sanctification 261 II,7 | Mary and Joseph. At the culmination of the history of salvation, 262 III,18 | wife. According to Jewish custom, marriage took place in 263 VI,31 | Child Jesus from mortal danger, so now defend God's holy 264 VI,31 | struggle with the powers of darkness...and just as once you saved 265 I,3 | He did not know how to deal with Mary's "astonishing" 266 Intro,1 | for your consideration, dear brothers, and sisters, some 267 II,14 | remained there until the death of Herod. This was to fulfill 268 III,20 | of self." Even though he decided to draw back so as not to 269 V,26 | great decisions-such as the decision to put his liberty immediately 270 V,26 | the power of making great decisions-such as the decision to put his 271 VI,28 | the holy patriarch Joseph, declared him "Patron of the Catholic 272 II,12 | conferring the name, Joseph declares his own legal fatherhood 273 V,26 | this readiness of will to dedicate oneself to all that serves 274 Intro,1 | care of Mary and gladly dedicated himself to Jesus Christ' 275 II,7 | Fatherhood ~7. As can be deduced from the gospel texts, Joseph' 276 II,6 | is realized by words and deeds which are intrinsically 277 III,17 | greater attention and with deeper understanding, drawing, 278 III,21 | of Nazareth. The Church deeply venerates this Family, and 279 VI,28 | natural guardian, head and defender of the Holy Family.... It 280 VI,29 | the Church, not only as a defense against all dangers, but 281 III,19 | man and woman have their definitive origin in the Spirit, the 282 III,20 | marriage is the highest degree of association and friendship 283 II,10 | time came for her to be delivered. And she gave birth to her 284 II,7 | juridically Joseph's fatherhood depends on it. Thus one understands 285 II,7 | Nonetheless, he is not deprived of his fatherly authority 286 III,20 | marriage to Mary that Joseph derived his singular dignity and 287 III,21 | fatherhood is not one that derives from begetting offspring; 288 II,8 | 15).~The Gospels clearly describe the fatherly responsibility 289 I,2 | of this moment while also describing how Joseph lived it. However, 290 II,9 | world." Origen gives a good description of the theological significance, 291 II,7 | faithful marriage both of them deserve to be called Christ's parents, 292 II,7 | Through God's mysterious design, it was in that family that 293 V,26 | disposition of the divine designs, to make over to them also 294 Intro,1 | which the eternal Father "destined us to be his sons through 295 IV,24 | Christianity raises up to great destinies;...he is the proof that 296 II,14 | search for the child, to destroy him'" (Mt 2:13). Herod learned 297 II,6 | direction: it was totally determined by the same mystery, of 298 V,27 | vocation to safeguard and develop the humanity of Jesus, which 299 VI,32 | continuation and further development of the "fullness of time" 300 III,21 | the family-as the first dimension of man's existence in the 301 II,6 | devotion to St. Joseph, directed that Joseph's name be inserted 302 II,6 | faith moved in the same direction: it was totally determined 303 II,7(16) | Cf. Discourses of January 9, 16, February 304 VI,31 | way: "Most beloved father, dispel the evil of falsehood and 305 VI,30 | cf. Jn 15:5), is never dispensed from a humble but conditional 306 II,8 | in accordance with divine dispositions and human laws. All of the 307 V,27 | Augustine's well-known distinction between the love of the 308 II,7 | sacrament, since there was no divorce."( 14) ~Analyzing the nature 309 II,7 | Church in miniature (Ecclesia domestica),"(19) that every Christian 310 | done 311 III,20 | marriage, there can be no doubt but that Joseph approached 312 | down 313 III,20 | Even though he decided to draw back so as not to interfere 314 III,17 | with deeper understanding, drawing, as it were, "what is new 315 VI,28 | and the Church in turn draws exceeding hope from his 316 I,3 | spouse," as the one who in due time must give this name 317 | during 318 Intro,1 | Fathers of the Church from the earliest centuries stressed that 319 I,3 | the responsibilities of an earthly father with regard to Mary' 320 II,16 | him whom the faithful must eat as the bread of eternal 321 II,7 | original "Church in miniature (Ecclesia domestica),"(19) that every 322 Intro,1(4)| 16: S. Bernardi Opera, Ed. Cist., IV, 33f.; Leo XIII, 323 II,16 | is, feeding, clothing and educating him in the Law and in a 324 II,16 | The Support and Education of Jesus of Nazareth ~16. 325 II,11 | 17:13), reaches its full effect and perfect realization 326 V,27 | humanity of Jesus as the efficacious instrument of his divinity 327 V,27 | by merit or by a certain efficacy."(39)~Among those actions, 328 | either 329 II,7 | to Christ, to whom every election and predestination is ordered ( 330 II,7 | with "consent."(15) These elements are found in an exemplary 331 VI,32 | Mary-in the year 1989, the eleventh of my Pontificate. ~ 332 III,17 | Joseph has its own special eloquence, for thanks to that silence 333 | else 334 II,10 | humanly speaking, were embarrassing-a first announcement of that " 335 III,20 | other person ever could that eminent dignity whereby the Mother 336 II,8 | Old Testament serves to emphasize the unity and continuity 337 II,9 | the registry of the Roman Empire. This registration clearly 338 Intro,1 | all of humanity-will be enabled to discover ever anew her 339 | end 340 II,15 | And when the feast was ended, as they were returning, 341 III,18 | s will and was meant to endure. In her divine motherhood 342 VI,31 | Church from the snares of her enemies and from all adversity."(49) 343 VI,30 | humble but conditional and ennobling collaboration. The Church 344 | enough 345 II,4 | man freely commits himself entirely to God, making 'the full 346 VI,31 | Recalling that God wished to entrust the beginnings of our redemption 347 I,3 | that the messenger turns, entrusting to him the responsibilities 348 II,8 | Son of God's "ordained" entry into the world, in accordance 349 V,25 | same aura of silence that envelops everything else about Joseph 350 V,27 | the demands of love-that equally pure and selfless love required 351 II,7(17) | Paul VI, Discourse to the "Equipes Notre-Dame" Movement (May 352 Intro,1(4)| Bernard, Super "Missus est," Hom. II, 16: S. Bernardi 353 II,8 | humble servant, prepared from eternity for the task of being the 354 VI,30 | her ancient life with true evangelical virtues, such as shine forth 355 II,7 | 18-25; Lk 1:26-38), the evangelists refer to Joseph as Mary' 356 VI,29 | her renewed commitment to evangelization in the world and to re-evangelization 357 II,7 | couple. But whereas Adam and Eve were the source of evil 358 II,8 | in actions which are an everyday part of family life, in 359 III,20 | the Mother of God is so exalted that nothing could be more 360 II,9 | person who makes a careful examination it will appear that a kind 361 VI,28 | the Church in turn draws exceeding hope from his care and patronage, 362 | except 363 VI,32 | become for all of us an exceptional teacher in the service of 364 III,19 | everything that bespeaks an exclusive gift of self, a covenant 365 Intro,1 | which the Virgin Mary is the exemplar and model.~On the occasion 366 IV,23(34) | Encyclical Letter Laborem Exercens (September 14, 1981), 9: 367 VI,31 | at the beginning of this Exhortation-the Church has implored the 368 VI,31 | Pope Leo XIII had already exhorted the Catholic world to pray 369 III,18 | marriage bond which already existed between Joseph and Mary. 370 II,14 | followed the path of the exodus "from the condition of slavery" 371 III,20 | Mary, Joseph obeyed the explicit command of the angel and 372 I,2 | described more fully and explicitly in what Luke tells us about 373 III,19 | of the Holy Spirit." From expressions such as these are we not 374 II,10 | Lk 2:6-7). ~Joseph was an eyewitness to this birth, which took 375 II,6 | Joseph's-his pilgrimage of faith-ended first, that is to say, before 376 VI,31 | she may receive the same faithfulness and purity of heart that 377 VI,31 | father, dispel the evil of falsehood and sin...graciously assist 378 III,21 | human, and especially the family-as the first dimension of man' 379 II,7 | purify and sanctify the family-that sanctuary of love and cradle 380 II,7 | It follows that Joseph's fatherhood-a relationship that places 381 II,16 | Joseph,(29) because "he fed him whom the faithful must 382 II,16 | raising" Jesus, that is, feeding, clothing and educating 383 Intro,1 | St. Joseph with greater fervor and invoke his patronage 384 | few 385 III,17 | storehouse of the noble figure of Joseph.~ 386 II,8 | Incarnation, the "promises" and "figures" of the Old Testament become " 387 II,7 | told to name the child. Finally, even the Virgin Mary, well 388 VI,30 | Redemption, in which economy the first-the divine one-is wholly sufficient 389 VI,28 | Holy Family.... It is thus fitting and most worthy of Joseph' 390 II,14 | child and his mother, and flee to Egypt, and remain there 391 VI,29 | Christian life were formerly flourishing and...are now put to a hard 392 II,4 | preceding"(6) all those who follow Christ by faith.~Now at 393 IV,24 | to be a good and genuine follower of Christ, there is no need 394 II,6 | before Mary stood at the foot of the cross on Golgotha, 395 Intro,1(4)| inasmuch as the former foreshadowed in some way the ministry 396 II,10 | freely accepted for the forgiveness of sins. Joseph also witnessed 397 VI,29 | it has been neglected or forgotten, the Church has need of 398 III,21 | God, a true human family, formed by the divine mystery. In 399 | former 400 | formerly 401 II,8 | predetermined plan. The oft-repeated formula, "This happened, so that 402 V,26 | conjugal love that is the foundation and nourishment of the family.(37)~ 403 Intro,1 | redemptive plan, which is founded on the mystery of the Incarnation. ~ 404 II,7 | to realization in full "freedom" the "spousal gift of self" 405 II,7(17) | Apostolic Letter Neminem fugit (June 14, 1892); Leonis 406 II,13 | 23; 1 Pt l:19)-not only "fulfills" the Old Testament rite, 407 V,27 | example of the interior life.~Furthermore, in Joseph, the apparent 408 Intro,1 | Church-on the road towards the future with all of humanity-will 409 I,2 | Jesus' birth: "The angel Gabriel was sent from God to a city 410 II,5 | receive adoption as sons" (Gal 4:4-5). In the words of 411 II,7 | listed according to the genealogy of Joseph: "Why," St. Augustine 412 III,20 | self-sacrifice, Joseph expressed his generous love for the Mother of God, 413 II,7(19) | Constitution on the Church, Lumen Genhum, 11; Decree on the Apostolate 414 II,13 | light for revelation to the Gentiles, and for glory to your people 415 IV,24 | in order to be a good and genuine follower of Christ, there 416 VI,28 | Pius IX this was no idle gesture, since by virtue of the 417 VI,31(48) | Collect, Prayer over the Gifts for the Solemnity of St. 418 III,19 | origin in the Spirit, the Giver of Life (cf. Jn 6:63). Joseph, 419 II,11 | circumcision was the sign (cf. Gn 17:13), reaches its full 420 II,6 | the foot of the cross on Golgotha, and before the time after 421 II,5 | It pleased God, in his goodness and wisdom, to reveal himself 422 VI,31 | evil of falsehood and sin...graciously assist us from heaven in 423 VI,31 | Joseph, she asks God to grant that she may faithfully 424 VI,28 | sublime dignity which God has granted to his most faithful servant 425 VI,32 | custody God "entrusted his greatest and most precious treasures,"(50) 426 Intro,1 | pastoral duty so that all may grow in devotion to the Patron 427 II,8 | the service of the Messiah growing up in his house."(22)~In 428 II,7 | family has the mission to guard, reveal and communicate 429 II,8 | is entrusted to Joseph's guardianship. ~ 430 II,4 | 45). These words were the guiding thought of the Encyclical 431 Intro,1(1)| St. Irenaeus, Adversus haereses, IV, 23, 1: S. Ch. 100/2, 432 I,2 | The angel's greeting: "Hail, full of grace, the Lord 433 III,20 | exclusively to God.~On the other hand, it was from his marriage 434 VI,32 | live by the work of their hands or by any other kind of 435 V,26 | human calling, his conjugal happiness, to accept the conditions, 436 II,10 | brought them the great and happy news (cf. Lk 2:15- 16) . 437 VI,29 | flourishing and...are now put to a hard test."(45) In order to bring 438 V,27 | contemplative life finds an ideal harmony that is only possible for 439 V,27(40) | Pius XII, Encyclical Letter Haurietis aquas (May 15, 1956), III: 440 V,27 | physical contact with Jesus for healing (cf. for example, Mk 1:41), 441 VI,32 | 32. It is my heartfelt wish that these reflections 442 II,7 | union of souls," a "union of hearts," with "consent."(15) These 443 VI,28 | protect and defend with his heavenly patronage the Church of 444 II,11 | shadow of the reality (cf. Heb 9:9f; 10:1) serves to explain 445 VI,28 | his spouse, has always held him in great honor and showered 446 IV,23 | assimilated in order to "help all people to come closer 447 VI,32 | within himself the entire heritage of the Old Covenant, was 448 III,20 | creatures. Since marriage is the highest degree of association and 449 V,27 | actions, the gospel writers highlight those which have to do with 450 II,6(11) | Congregation of Rites, Decree Novis hisce temporibus (November 13, 451 II,9 | means marginal, of this historical fact: "Since the first census 452 II,11 | Jesus. ~The principle which holds that all the rites of the 453 II,10 | Later he also witnessed the homage of the magi who came from 454 VI,28 | in turn draws exceeding hope from his care and patronage, 455 II,14 | son' " (Mt 2:14-15; cf. Hos 11:1). ~And so Jesus' way 456 Intro,1 | towards the future with all of humanity-will be enabled to discover ever 457 II,10 | place in conditions that, humanly speaking, were embarrassing-a 458 VI,31 | his intercession.(48) ~One hundred years ago, Pope Leo XIII 459 VI,32 | every member of the Church: husbands and wives, parents, those 460 III,21 | is a consequence of the hypostatic union: humanity taken up 461 V,27 | contemplative life finds an ideal harmony that is only possible 462 II,7 | Augustine and St. Thomas always identify it with an "indivisible 463 Intro,1 | discover ever anew her own identity within this redemptive plan, 464 VI,28 | For Pius IX this was no idle gesture, since by virtue 465 III,18 | Gospels set before us the image of husband and wife. According 466 VI,31 | which united him to the Immaculate Virgin Mother of God," and 467 VI,29 | indeed primarily, as an impetus for her renewed commitment 468 VI,31 | Exhortation-the Church has implored the protection of St. Joseph 469 V,27 | souls most sensitive to the impulses of divine love have rightly 470 II,13 | which Luke refers (2:22ff.), includes the ransom of the first-born 471 VI,31 | Joseph all of her cares, including those dangers which threaten 472 Intro,1(3)| Pius IX, Apostolic Letter Inclytum Patriarcham (July 7, 1871): 473 V,26 | family, but, through an incomparable virginal love, to renounce 474 II,8 | father."(25)~Since it is inconceivable that such a sublime task 475 | indeed 476 III,19 | Mt 1:24-25). These words indicate another kind of closeness 477 I,2 | marriage" is explained indirectly when Mary, after hearing 478 II,6 | constitute an organic and indissoluble unity, in which "the plan 479 VI,30 | example, which transcends all individual states of life and serves 480 II,7 | always identify it with an "indivisible union of souls," a "union 481 IV,23 | and grace," the virtue of industriousness played a notable role, since " 482 VI,32 | of time" that belongs the ineffable mystery of the Incarnation 483 II,8 | condescension" which is inherent in the economy of the Incarnation. 484 VI,31 | divine Family," "the beloved inheritance which Jesus Christ purchased 485 II,10 | no place for them in the inn" (Lk 2:6-7). ~Joseph was 486 II,9 | could sanctify everyone; inscribed with the whole world in 487 VI,30(47) | Discourse (March 19, 1969): Insegnarnenti, VII (1969) p. 1269.~ 488 V,27 | humanity of Jesus, which was inseparably linked to his divinity. ~ 489 II,9 | significant task of officially inserting the name "Jesus, son of 490 | instead 491 IV,22 | Church has emphasized this by instituting the liturgical memorial 492 II,9 | subject to laws and civil institutions, but also "savior of the 493 V,27 | Jesus as the efficacious instrument of his divinity for the 494 II,7 | that virginity remained intact in the marriage (cf. Mt 495 II,4 | the full submission of his intellect and will to God who reveals,' 496 III,20 | to draw back so as not to interfere in the plan of God which 497 III,19 | from marital union and the interpersonal contact between man and 498 II,8 | persons, events and rites interrelate according to precise divine 499 V,27 | the divine will had most intimately associated with itself: 500 II,6 | words and deeds which are intrinsically bound up with each other."(10)


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