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  1. Mary is a member of St.
  2. Mary is the Mother of the Son of God, or the Mother of God (the "Theotokos"). (Web site)
  3. Mary is a 23 year old resident of Norfolk, Virginia.
  4. MARY is called Theotokos, meaning "God-bearer" or "the Mother of God", because she bore the Son of God in her womb and from her He took His humanity.
  5. Mary is the ark of the New Covenant and is the purest vessel for the Word of God made flesh. (Web site)

Virgin Mary

  1. The House of the Virgin Mary near Ephesus, Turkey is believed by some to be the place where Mary lived until her assumption into Heaven.
  2. Resources, essays and image concerning the Virgin Mary and the Rosary.
  3. The Orthodox believe that the first icons of Christ and the Virgin Mary were painted by Luke the Evangelist. (Web site)
  4. He was conceived by the power of the Holy Spirit and born of the Virgin Mary.
  5. Mariazell is the site of the Basilica of the Nativity of the Virgin Mary, which houses a statue of Our Lady believed to be miraculous.


  1. And Mary was she that anointed the Lord with ointment, and wiped his feet with her hair: whose brother Lazarus was sick.
  2. Mart- "The lady", French Sainte Marthe) was the sister of Lazarus and Mary, and she witnessed her brother's resurrection.


  1. Mary Brian is an actress.
  2. Mary Scott is an actress.

William Mary

  1. Tribe coach Jimmye Laycock has been at William and Mary since 1980.
  2. Rhode Island comes back from 14-point deficit to defeat William and Mary 48-29.
  3. Lang Campbell and William & Mary give hope that just maybe the A-10 Dukes will make it a game.


  1. There is disagreement among various sources regarding the dates of St. Mary's life.
  2. Mary, cradling the dead body of her Son, while not recorded in the Gospel accounts, is a common motif in art, called a " piet-- " or "pity". (Web site)
  3. The Gospel of John states that Mary went to live with the Disciple whom Jesus loved ( John 19:27), who is traditionally identified as John the Apostle. (Web site)
  4. In Ireland today, after 1500 years, "Mary of the Gael" remains a popular saint, and Brigid remains a common female Christian name.
  5. The distance which Zosimas had taken twenty days to cover, Mary had evidently traversed in an hour and had at once surrendered her soul to God.

William Amp

  1. As you can see, William & Mary is really our best Virginia university.
  2. Located in Williamsburg, Va., the College of William & Mary is the nation's second oldest college, founded in 1693.
  3. Again Towson wanted to match the Tribe's offensive effort and drove down to the William & Mary 13 where the advance was stopped.


  1. Emerson was born in Concord, Massachusetts, the first-born and only son of William and Phoebe (Bliss) Emerson.
  2. The effort to help his brother has worn William out, and the eldest James dies in Chocorua, New Hampshire, on August 26.
  3. The last overtime game before the James Madison contest came in 2000 when the Wildcats suffered a 48-41 loss to William & Mary.
  4. Right now, it looks like there are five teams that will finish at the bottom; Towson, Georgia State, William & Mary, Delaware, and James Madison.
  5. Mark 6 reports that Jesus was "the son of Mary, and brother of James, Joses, Judah, and Simon" and also states that Jesus had sisters.


  1. Please search for Mount Saint Mary in Wikipedia to check for alternative titles or spellings.
  2. What's baruch, whitworth. The olivet, arcadia. Purchase william jewell etc. saint joseph's.
  3. Acadia went 5-3 last year, matching Saint Mary's for top spot in the regular season.


  1. The surge in the veneration of Mary in the High Middle Ages owes some of its initial impetus to Bernard of Clairvaux. (Web site)
  2. It may be the earliest surviving document attesting the veneration of Mary and claiming her continuing virginity.


  1. That Mary was married after she brought forth, we do not believe, because we do not read it. (Web site)
  2. Nothing in the gospels suggests that Jesus and Mary were married. (Web site)
  3. He married Mary Walsh and had two children.
  4. William COLE married Elizabeth BRANNAN at Bideford in 1794. Their gravestone can be seen in Bideford churchyard.
  5. William H., jr., was married in 1877, to Miss Annie L. Stevenson, daughter of Samuel and Olive Stevenson, of this county.

Blessed Virgin

  1. Veneration of Mary, the mother of Jesus as the Blessed Virgin Mary or Theotokos, and veneration of the saints. (Web site)
  2. In the majority of Marian apparitions only a few people can see Mary.
  3. Other famous Marian prayers include the "Magnificat," the Angelus and the Litany of the Blessed Virgin Mary.
  4. Our Lady of Guadalupe (Patroness of the Unborn) - Mary appeared in Mexico in the year 1531 to an Indian named Juan Diego.
  5. Prayer to and with the Blessed Virgin Mary varies according to churchmanship.


  1. The belief, held by most Christians, that Mary was a virgin when she gave birth to Jesus, is called the doctrine of the Virgin Birth.
  2. Persons who are neither Christians nor Muslims generally doubt that Mary was a virgin when she gave birth to Jesus.
  3. According to Matthew and Luke, Jesus was born in Bethlehem of Judea to Mary, a virgin, by a miracle of the Holy Spirit.
  4. In the Gospel of Peter we find no evidence whatsoever for a marriage between Mary and Jesus. (Web site)
  5. The effort to prove the marriage of Jesus and Mary Magdalene from the non-canonical gospels has proven to be fruitless. (Web site)


  1. He is a son of William Putnam (1780) from Beverly.
  2. They have one son; James William, and one daughter; Christy.
  3. He is a son of Perley Putnam, Jr. (2314) and Mary Cole of Franconia, New Hampshire, and will be here in 1870.
  4. They believed that Jesus was the natural-born son of Mary and Joseph, and thus they rejected the Virgin Birth.
  5. Some time is spent on the rest of Mary's family, including son James, who became one of the first bishops of the new Christian church. (Web site)


  1. The Anglican Society of Mary maintains chapters in many countries. (Web site)
  2. Again, the Assumption of Mary is believed in by most Anglo-Catholics, but is in considered a pious opinion by moderate Anglicans. (Web site)
  3. Although Mary was brought up as an Anglican, she soon be gan attending Richard Price's chapel. (Web site)


  1. He is a shoemaker 31 MA and boarding with a Mary Gould.
  2. And the college of William and Mary suffered greatly.
  3. Laycock has spent 25 years at William & Mary.
  4. Mary McGrail, nee Byrne, was born in 1837, and died in 1913.
  5. The College of William and Mary is a one-hour drive away in Williamsburg.


  1. Shortly after 13-year old Mary of Nazareth became engaged to Joseph, the fate of the world changed. (Web site)
  2. Not long after this revelation, Joseph concluded the ritual marriage contract with Mary. (Web site)
  3. According to Luke 1:26, Mary lived in Nazareth, a city in Galilee, at the time of the Annunciation. (Web site)
  4. This view says that Joseph had children from a previous marriage, and that Mary, the mother of Jesus, was not James' mother. (Web site)
  5. Some of the prophets included Jesus (son of Mary), Jacob, Joseph and Muhammad.

Canonical Gospels

  1. Mary Magdalene appears with more frequency than other women in the canonical Gospels and is shown as being a close follower of Jesus.
  2. Mary Magdalene, in a dramatic 19th-century popular image of penitence painted by Ary Scheffer.
  3. This is the last mention in the canonical Gospels of Mary Magdalene, who now returned to Jerusalem.
  4. Mary Magdalene is often referred to as a prostitute, but she was never called one in the New Testament.
  5. Identification with Mary of Bethany and "the woman sinner" The penitent Mary Magdalene, a much reproduced composition by Titian.


  1. So should we leap for joy before Mary the immaculate Ark of the Word made flesh. (Web site)
  2. Psalm 132:8 - Arise, O Lord, and go to thy resting place, thou and the Ark (Mary) of thy might. (Web site)
  3. According to St. John ( 1:15) Jesus is the Word made flesh, the Word Who assumed human nature in the womb of Mary.
  4. Mary the Ark of the New Covenant is even more immaculate and undefiled, spared by God from original sin so that she could bear His eternal Word in her womb. (Web site)


  1. Even though it is less prevalent nowadays, the identification of Mary Magdalene with the adulteress is still accepted by some Christians.
  2. According to Kripal, the identification of Mary Magdalene as a prostitute also goes back to the above mentioned sermon by Pope Gregory[7].


  1. He is now 80 MA and lists his occupation as Gentleman, Sarah Abbott is 78 MA. They have Mary Mulligan 25 IRE helping out. (Web site)
  2. The subject of our sketch was married to Sarah E. Gaskill, daughter of William and Susan Gaskill, and had a family of five children.


  1. But, in fact, the Gospel of Philip actually undermines the theory that Jesus and Mary were husband and wife. (Web site)
  2. Thus when the Gospel of Philip speaks of the Savior kissing Mary, this refers in context to His revealing secrets to her, not literally kissing her. (Web site)

Greg Kuehn

  1. William & Mary (0-1) is coming off a 34-27 double-overtime loss to Delaware. (Web site)
  2. Great: I believe William and Mary is the pride of our Commonwealth.
  3. To get to the campus of William and Mary, get on I64 coming from Richmond or Norfolk. (Web site)
  4. Note: the Research Pass does not provide access to JSTOR's holdings of the William and Mary Quarterly.
  5. The team's specialists were William & Mary placekicker Greg Kuehn, Virignia Tech punter Vinnie Burns, and Mathis.- Kuehn also was named to the team in 2002. (Web site)

Eastern Orthodox

  1. For Eastern Orthodox and Roman Catholics alike Mary's assumption into heaven is seen as an instance of the resurrection of the body. (Web site)
  2. In the Eastern Orthodox, Eastern Catholic and Oriental Orthodox traditions, the Ever-Virgin Mary, the Theotokos, died, after having lived a holy life. (Web site)


  1. Mary remained there until the body was taken down and laid in a tomb prepared for Joseph of Arimathea.
  2. The tradition about Mary's tomb in Ephesus emanated mostly after 1841, based on the visions of German Augustinian nun Anne Catherine Emmerich.
  3. He was among the other disciples who discovered the empty tomb of Mary, who forty days after her death had been assumed into Heaven.
  4. The monks of V-zelay pronounced it to be Mary Magdalene's tomb from which her relics had been translated to their abbey.
  5. Finally, Mary's presence at the Crucifixion and Jesus' tomb is consonant with a role as grieving wife and widow.


  1. They emphasized the binding character of the Mosaic Law and believed Jesus was the human son of Joseph and Mary.
  2. Oftentimes canonical Gary Stus, like Mary Sues, tend to have special abilities, or have powers which far exceed that of other characters. (Web site)


  1. It is believed that after the Crucifixion, Mary Magdalene and the Virgin Mary put a basket full of eggs at the foot of the cross.
  2. The Gospel relates that Mary Magdalene was present on Golgotha at the moment of the Lord's Crucifixion. (Web site)
  3. An alternative medieval tradition sent Mary, Martha, and Lazarus to Gaul after the Crucifixion.


  1. Dr. Robert Moffat and his wife Mary, on their way to the town of Kuruman, were residing in Griquatown when their daughter, also Mary (later Mrs. (Web site)
  2. According to the legend, St. Jude was a son of Clopas and his wife Mary, a cousin of the Virgin Mary.
  3. Frederick's son and heir, the future Emperor Maximilian I, started to use the title, but apparently only after the death of his wife Mary of Burgundy (d. (Web site)
  4. The name of Bartley Sr.'s wife was Mary Flynn, <1819--. (Web site)
  5. His wife Lydia Wiseman filed the estate of William Wiseman Sr in Morganton in the month of March 1823.


  1. Mary Slessor was a woman of faith and courage. (Web site)
  2. Rev. 12:1 - we see Mary, the "woman," clothed with the sun. (Web site)
  3. The "woman's" (Mary's) offspring are those who follow Jesus. (Web site)


  1. The belief in the corporeal assumption of Mary was formally declared to be dogma by Pope Pius XII in 1950. (Web site)
  2. The feast of the St. Mary the Virgin is observed on the traditional day of the Assumption, August 15. (Web site)
  3. The dogma does not state if Mary's assumption occurred before or after any physical death.

King William

  1. William & Mary and 10 receptions for 144 yards vs. (Web site)
  2. W 1-10 W40 WILLIAM & MARY drive start at 00:38 (2nd). (Web site)
  3. Third-seeded William and Mary College (9-2) is in the I-AA tournament for the seventh time.
  4. William and Mary was founded in 1693 by virtue of a Royal Charter issued by King William III and Queen Mary II of England. (Web site)
  5. Chartered on February 8, 1693, by King William III and Queen Mary II as the second college in the American colonies.


  1. Today's Protestants acknowledge that Mary is "blessed among women" (Luke 1:42) but they do not agree that Mary is to be venerated. (Web site)
  2. Mary Magdalene's relics were first venerated at the abbey of V--zelay in Burgundy.


  1. Others, especially in the Reformed tradition, question or even condemn the devotional and doctrinal position of Mary in the above traditions. (Web site)
  2. According to Eastern traditions, she retired to Ephesus with the Theotokos (Mary, the Mother of God)[ clarify] and there she died.

St Mary

  1. The original Aramiac for her name is Miriam megadela neshaya in which many see Mary Magdalene.
  2. Lord who came down from heaven and stayed in the womb of St. Mary, after making the annunciation to her through his head of angels, is blessed. (Web site)
  3. July 22nd is annually celebrated by members of the Roman Catholic Church as the Feast Day of St Mary Magdalene.
  4. According to tradition, Mary Magdalene died and was buried at Ephesus.
  5. Mary Magdalene is increasingly seen as one of the major feminist icons of our time. (Web site)


  1. And the companion of the [Savior is] Mary Magdalene. (Web site)
  2. And the companion of the Saviour is Mary Magdalene. (Web site)

Fort William

  1. Mary HEAL was the wife of William FOUND (above).
  2. Born in 1906, Mary was married to William Dunphy, born in 1897. (Web site)
  3. William and Mary had 12 children before she died in 1796.
  4. Notes for WILLIAM ROBESON: William Robeson is my 4th great-grandfather. (Web site)
  5. Others, however, spoke in favor of immediately reseizing Fort William and Mary.

Feast Day

  1. The Church affirms in the historic creeds that Jesus was born of the Virgin Mary, and celebrates the feast days of the Presentation of Christ in the Temple. (Web site)
  2. The traditional Roman Catholic feast day dedicated to Mary Magdalene celebrated her position as a penitent.
  3. A feast day (August 15) commemorating the "falling asleep" (koimisis) of Virgin Mary.


  1. Mary plays a minor role in the Gospel of Philip. (Web site)
  2. Gen. 3:15 - we see from the very beginning that God gives Mary a unique role in salvation history. (Web site)


  1. When Ludwik died, his daughter Mary became the Queen of Hungary, but the Polish nobles didn't want Mary to also rule in Poland.
  2. The two sons of James V and Mary of Guise, James and Arthur, died in 1541, and their daughter Mary was born the next year, on December 7 or 8. (Web site)
  3. In the Siege of Neuss, he could force Charles the Bold of Burgundy to give his daughter Mary of Burgundy as wife to Frederick's son Maximilian.
  4. Mary married William Godwin in March, 1797 and soon afterwards, a second daughter, Mary, was born. (Web site)
  5. Mary Wollstonecraft, the daughter of a handkerchief weaver, was born in Spitalfields, London in 1759. (Web site)

Mary of Egypt

  1. Some folklore writers have attempted to link Mary of Egypt with the Morris dance.
  2. Robert Graves speculates in The White Goddess (1948) that Mary of Egypt can be identified with "Mary Gipsy", a virgin with a blue robe and a pearl necklace.


  1. Some early Protestants venerated and honored Mary. (Web site)
  2. Mary, mother of Jesus, enjoys a singularly distinguished and honored position amongst women in the Qur'an. (Web site)

Mary Magdalene

  1. Mary Magdalene came to Marseille and converted the whole of Provence.
  2. These scholars also observe that the Mary Magdalene figure is consistently elevated in writings from which formal leadership roles are absent.
  3. The makers of Life4seekers also wanted to provide readers of Dan Brown’s, The Da Vinci Code, with accurate information about St Mary Magdalene.
  4. This is why the Savior loved Mary, according to the "gospel" written in her name. (Web site)
  5. This is the last mention in the canonical Gospels of Mary Magdalene, who now returned to Jerusalem. (Web site)


  1. She constantly appears throughout the books and is usually appalled by the magical antics of Mary Poppins. (Web site)
  2. Admiral Boom often appears in the Banks children's adventures, but he is never fazed by the unusual happenings that surround Mary Poppins.
  3. Joseph, Mary's betrothed husband, appears only in stories of Jesus' childhood. (Web site)

Mary Poppins

  1. In the stage musical he acts as a narrator and far-away friend of Mary and the Banks children. (Web site)
  2. Mary Poppins is a series of children's books written by P.L. Travers and originally illustrated by Mary Shepard.
  3. This fourth book contains six adventures of the Banks children with Mary Poppins during their outings into the park along Cherry Tree Lane. (Web site)
  4. Chronologically the events in this book occurred during the second or third book ( Mary Poppins Comes Back and Mary Poppins Opens the Door respectively). (Web site)
  5. For other meanings, see Mary Poppins (disambiguation).


  1. Elizabeth was a successful monarch, helping steady the nation even after inheriting an enormous national debt from her sister Mary. (Web site)
  2. In 1553, King Edward VI gave Framlingham Castle to his sister Mary, and it was at this castle, a few months later, that she learnt she had been made queen. (Web site)
  3. Built in Portsmouth, England (1509 – 1510) she was thought to be named after King Henry VIII 's sister Mary and the rose, the Tudor emblem.
  4. His sister and his mother and his companion were each a Mary. (Web site)
  5. Some have tried to equate her with Mary of Bethany, sister of Martha and Lazarus. (Web site)


  1. He is the oldest of thirteen children born to Mary and James Cawley. (Web site)
  2. The third could be Lydia or William and Mary oldest son Thomas.


  1. Sources like the Gospel of Philip depict Mary Magdalene as being closer to Jesus than any other disciple.
  2. Image:Assumption.jpg This painting, attributed to Bartolome Murillo, depicts Mary's Assumption into heaven with her body and soul.


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