Virgin Mary

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October 25, 2021

Virgin Mary (Aramaic: Mariam; Hebrew: םרים, Miriam; Greek: ραρία, María; Latin: María; Arabic: مريم, Mariam; 8 September 20 (00200908) (?) - August 15, 45 (?)) - in Christianity, the mother of Jesus Christ (Luke 1: 26-56, Luke 2: 1-7, Matthew 1: 16-25). Mentioned in the New Testament. Revered in Christianity. One of the central figures of European and world culture. She was born in Jerusalem, in a Jewish family that came from Nazareth, Galilee (Mark 1: 9). According to apocryphal literature, she was the daughter of Saints Joachim and Anna, descendants of King David of Israel. According to Christian doctrine, she was conceived in an immaculate manner, without experiencing original sin. All her life she was a virgin (Greek παρθένος, parthénos). For some time she lived in the Jerusalem temple. She received the blessed news from the archangel Gabriel, who would give birth to Jesus Christ, whom she miraculously conceived by the Holy Spirit. A few days later, she met her cousin Elizabeth and told her about the miracle. At this time she was engaged to the Nazarene carpenter Joseph, who took her as his wife. She and her husband went to Bethlehem, where she gave birth to Jesus Christ. Due to the persecution of King Herod I of Judah, she was forced to flee with her family to Egypt. Accompanied Jesus throughout his life, was a member of the first Christian church. She asked her son to perform a miracle at a wedding in Cana of Galilee, the first of the Savior's miracles. She was present at the Crucifixion, Ascension and Pentecost. She died in Jerusalem and was buried in the Garden of Gethsemane. Christians believe that after the Assumption, the Lord took Mary to Heaven and crowned her queen. Mary occupies a central place in the Christian tradition of honoring saints. A separate branch of theological research is devoted to it - Mariology. Mary is glorified as the Immaculate Virgin, the Great Saint, the Mother of God, the Queen of Heaven and other high titles. She is credited with miraculous revelations and deeds after death. Mary is associated with a large number of Christian holidays - the Intercession, Parman, the Immaculate Heart, etc., as well as a rich tradition of icon painting and painting. Prayer to Mary is one of the main Christian prayers; a rosary and antiphons are dedicated to her. Mary is especially revered by Catholics and Orthodox. In Islam, Maryam (Mary) is revered as the mother of the great prophet Isa

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