Mary, mother of James is identified in the synoptic gospels as one of the women who went to Jesus' tomb after he was buried. Mark 16:1 and Luke 24:10 refer to "Mary the mother of James" as one of the Myrrhbearers, the women who went to the tomb of Jesus.
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Mary the mother of James the little and Joses/Joseph is most fully named in Mark 15:40, although she is also mentioned in Mark 15:47, 16:1, Matthew 27:56 and Luke 24:10. Contrary to some traditional beliefs, Mary of Clopas and Mary the Mother of James and Joses are not the same person.
Oct 31, 2019 · Women Followed Jesus: Mary, the Mother of James and Joses. October 31, 2019 One comment. As is often the case with scripture, we know almost nothing about this woman, other than she has two sons James and Joses. James, the less, was one of the apostles of Jesus. James the Less.
Sep 12, 2021 · There are many women named Mary in the New Testament of the Bible. One is identified by the names of her boys: Mary, the mother of James and Joseph. This Mary is one of a handful of women noted for following Jesus and caring for his needs. Like Salome, Joanna, and Susanna, we acknowledge Mary’s key role in Jesus’s ministry.
Mary the mother of James and Joses. --In St. Mark ( Mark 15:40) she is described as the mother of "James the Less" (or, better, the Little) "and Joses," the epithet distinguishing the former from James the son of Zebedee, and possibly also from James the son of Alphaeus.
At the death of Jesus, we are told that Mary wife of Cleophas/Clopas (Jn 19:25) was present. She was described as the mother of James and Joseph (Mt 27:56) in one account, and mother of James the Less and Joses in another (Mk 15:40). On the other hand, James is described as the son of Alphaeus in the synoptic Gospels' listing of the Apostles ...