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  1. According to the Gospel of John, Mary of Clopas ( Ancient Greek: Μαρία ἡ τοῦ Κλωπᾶ, María hē tou Clōpá) was one of the women present at the crucifixion of Jesus and bringing supplies for his funeral. The expression Mary of Clopas in the Greek text is ambiguous as to whether Mary was the daughter or wife of Clopas, but ...

  2. www.ewtn.com › catholicism › libraryMary of Cleophas | EWTN

    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 ...

  3. Apr 23, 2024 · In the Roman Catholic Church, St. Mary of Clopas has a feast day on April 24, while in the Eastern Orthodox Church she is honored on May 23 as the, Holy Myrrhbearer Mary, Wife of Cleopas. While we ...

  4. Apr 23, 2019 · St. Mary of Clopas icon. $ 22.00. Sizes in inches. 4 x 6 5 x 7 6 x 8 8 x 11 11 x 17. Quantity. Add to cart. Orthodox contemporary icon of Saint Mary of Clopas- Cleopas, the Myrrh-bearer. Commemorated April 23. The name of the store in the icon is a watermark.

  5. May 23, 2017 · Tradition says their ship dropped anchor at Porto Vromi and Mary Magdalene and Mary of Cleopas came ashore to spread Christ’s gospel. The footprint can still be seen on the rock. Today at Maries, Panagia Mariesotissa is the church of the village, standing below the village and housing an icon with miraculous properties.

  6. Apr 28, 2017 · The first one, which I found thanks to blogger Theresa Doyle-Nelson, is a contemporary icon by Sister Marie-Paul Farran, who lives at the Monastére des Bénédictines du Mont des Oliviers (Benedictine Monastery on the Mount of Olives) in Jerusalem.

  7. Apr 9, 2024 · Saint Mary Cleophas, among the trio known as the “three Marys,” played a crucial role in the narratives of the New Testament. She was a steadfast follower of Christ, present during His crucifixion at Calvary and later visiting His tomb.

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