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  1. Mother of God: Mary, as the mother of Jesus, is the Theotokos (God-bearer), or Mother of God. Virgin birth of Jesus : Mary conceived Jesus by action of the Holy Spirit while remaining a virgin. Perpetual Virginity : Mary remained a virgin all her life, even after the act of giving birth to Jesus.

  2. Sep 10, 2020 · Known for: Mary was the mother of the Messiah, Jesus Christ, the Savior of the world. She was a willing servant, trusting in God and obeying his call. Bible References: Jesus' mother Mary is mentioned throughout the Gospels and in Acts 1:14. Hometown: Mary was from Nazareth in Galilee. Husband: Joseph; Relatives: Zechariah and Elizabeth

  3. Feb 15, 2024 · Mary, the mother of Jesus, venerated in the Christian church and a subject in Western art, music, and literature. Mary has been ascribed several titles, including guarantee of the Incarnation, virgin mother, second Eve, mother of God, ever virgin, immaculate, and assumed into heaven.

  4. Dec 22, 2021 · Mary, the mother of Jesus, is unquestionably the senior saint within the Christian tradition. Yet we know remarkably little about her. In the New Testament, there is nothing about her birth,...

  5. MARY, MOTHER OF JESUS (Μαρία, Μαριάμ from Heb. מָ֨רָה׃֙, bitter). I. Biblical information. 1. Lineage. In Luke 1:36 Mary is called a kinswoman of Elizabeth, a daughter of Aaron .

  6. Dec 29, 2020 · Mary, the mother of Jesus, “loved God and wanted to serve Him with all her heart.” Luke recounts how Mary was told by the angel that she would become the mother of Immanuel. “‘I am the Lord’s servant,’ Mary answered. ‘May your word to me be fulfilled’” ( Luke 1:38 ). Where Was Mother Mary From?

  7. Mary ( מרים, Maryām, "Bitter") was the mother of Jesus Christ. Tradition names her parents as Joachim and Anne. According to the New Testament, she was the betrothed wife of Joseph (Matt 1:18-20, Luke 1:35) but conceived Jesus miraculously through the Holy Spirit without her husband's involvement.

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