Màríà (ìyá Jésù)

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Màríà, Ìyá Jésù
Mary, Mother of Jesus

Theotokos ("Mother of God")
Blessed Virgin Mary
Umm Issa ("Mother of Jesus")
Saint Mary
Born unknown; celebrated 8 September [1]
Died unknown; See Assumption of Mary
Venerated in

Anglican Communion
Eastern Orthodoxy
Lutheranism[2]
Oriental Orthodoxy
Catholic Church

Recognized and honored
(not venerated) in: Islam

Protestantism
Major shrine See Shrines to the Virgin Mary
Feast

Mary is commemorated on as many as 25 different days. The most universally observed are: 25 March – The Annunciation 15 August – The Assumption (Catholicism)
15 August – The Dormition (Orthodoxy)

22 August – The Assumption Coptic-Orthodox
Patronage See Patronage of the Blessed Virgin Mary

Màríà (èdè Aramaiki, èdè Heberu: מרים, Maryām Miriam; èdè Arabu:مريم, Maryam), ti awon omo leyin Kristi n pe ni Maria Wundia tabi Maria Mimo ati nigba miran Madonna, je obinrin Ju ara Nazareth ni Galilee, ti Majemu Tuntun[Mt. 1:16,18–25] [Lk. 1:26–56] [2:1–7] tokasi gege bi iya Jesu Kristi. Awon musulumi na un pe ni Maria Mimo tabi Syeda Mariam, to tumosi Màríà Ìyá Wa. Majemu Tuntun se apejuwe re bi wundia (Griiki παρθένος, parthénos).[3] Awon Elesin Kristi gbagbo pe o loyun Jesu nipa Emin Mimo.




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  1. "Feast of the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary". Newadvent.org. 1911-10-01. http://www.newadvent.org/cathen/10712b.htm. Retrieved 2010-03-02. 
  2. see "saint"
  3. Matthew 1:23 uses Greek parthénos 'virgin', whereas only the Hebrew of Isaiah 7:14, from which the New Testament ostensibly quotes, has almah 'young maiden'. See article on parthénos in Bauer/(Arndt)/Gingrich/Danker, "A Greek-English Lexicon of the New Testament and Other Early Christian Literature", Second Edition, University of Chicago Press, 1979, p. 627.