Mary [c] was a 1st century Galilean Jewish woman of Nazareth , the wife of Joseph and the mother of Jesus , according to the canonical gospels and the Quran . Mary Our Lady of Sorrows, by Giovanni Battista Salvi da Sassoferrato , 17th century Born Date unknown; traditionally 8 September (Nativity of Mary) c. 18 BC Died Unknown, after c. 30/33 AD Spouse(s) Joseph Children Jesus , [a] possibly ...
Mary, Mother of Jesus (film) From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Mary, Mother of Jesus is a 1999 American made-for-television biblical drama film that retells the story of Jesus through the eyes of Mary, his mother.
This is your mother". On the third day after Jesus' death, Mary went to Jesus' tomb with other women. They saw that the stone was rolled away from the tomb, and his body was gone. An angel told the women that Jesus had risen and was alive (see: Book of John, in end pages). Mary continued to meet with the early church after the Ascension of Jesus.
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In the first paragraph, please note that the Quran does not mention the time Mary lived in, and does not give any implications that she was married to anyone. The Quran does not say either that she is from Nazareth, and only implies that she is from children of Israel. Therefore I suggest for accuracy reasons not to say 'and the Quran' but rather start a new sentence 'Mary is mentioned in the Quran as the mother of Jesus'. In the last sentence of the last paragraph of the introduction the word '
'Gospels' should be written starting with capital 'G' — Preceding unsigned comment added by Marpaaa 20:36, 4 June 2020 Not done It's not a proper noun in this context. It's not part of the title of the Biblical book. See MOS:CAPS. Sundayclose 16:11, 18 July 2020
I've updated the infobox image to be Our Lady of Perpetual Help for two main reasons: It is pretty neutral. Eastern style of an image, but with significant Western devotion. It doesn't pretend to be historical, which more modern issues have an issue with. I think point 2 is a larger issue with a lot of Western images of Mary, and that the Perpetual Help image is in a particularly good spot to bridge the neutrality of depiction issue amongst the various Christian sects. I'm open to other images,
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Mary, Mother of Jesus Mosque, also called in Arabic, Mariam Umm Eisa Masjid (Arabic: مسجد مريم أم عيسى عليهما السلام , Masjid Maryam Umm ‘Īsā) is a mosque located in Al Mushrif, a central neighborhood in the city of Abu Dhabi, the capital city of the United Arab Emirates.
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Mary [lower-alpha 3] was a first-century Galilean Jewish woman of Nazareth, the wife of Joseph, and the mother of Jesus, according to the canonical gospels and the Quran.
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