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Joseph was the betrothed and not the spouse of the Virgin Mary and the Holy Child, following the invocation of the Angel. Saint Joseph the Betrothed was the descendant of David and came from Bethlehem. He lived in Nazareth, was a carpenter and when Virgin Mary was 13 years old, he was already old and widow with seven children. Saint Zacharias, chief priest of the temple and guardian of the Virgin Mary, asked Joseph to protect Maria when she became an orphan. When at the age of 15 Maria got pregnant, Joseph saw the Angel in his dream revealing him of Maria’s divine role and her supernatural pregnancy. To protect Maria and the Divine Baby, Joseph and Maria had to be betrothed. According to the scriptures, when Maria was ready to give birth, Saint Joseph led her to Bethlehem, his birthplace for the population census. There Maria gave birth to Jesus. Following Herod’s death, Saint Joseph took his family back safely to Nazareth. His name is no more mentioned in the scriptures when Jesus at the age of 12 went to the Temple so we assume he passed away at that time.
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