Yes, Mary had other children; James, Joseph, Simon and Judas , as well as sisters.
The names of four brothers of Jesus are actually listed in the Gospels. According to Matthew: "Is not this the carpenter's son? Is not his mother called Mary? And are not his brothers James and Joseph and Simon and Judas? And are not all his sisters with us?" [Matt. 13:55-56)Catholic Answer:-No, Mary did not have more children She was a Virgin all her life. The Bible phrase that mentions other children, James,John, Judas, etc., comes from the word that is translated "brothers and sisters" in the Greek (in the Bible) is an Aramaic word which includes cousins, uncles, aunts, nephews, etc.: any close relative. Non-Catholic Answer:-There are two parallel passages in the Bible that both refer toMary and her children:-
Mat 13:55-56 KJV Is not this the carpenter's son? is not his mother called Mary? and his brethren, James, and Joses, and Simon, and Judas? (v.56) And his sisters, are they not all with us? Whence then hath this man all these things?
As it may be argued that the King James version is a version for Protestant, but Catholic versions such as the Douai-Rheims and New Jerusalem Bible would render Mar 6:3 differently, let's see what they say:-
(Douai-Rheims) Is not this the carpenter, the son of Mary, the brother of James, and Joseph, and Jude, and Simon? are not also his sisters here with us? And they were scandalized in regard of him.
What do other translations say:-
(ASV) Is not this the carpenter, the son of Mary, and brother of James, and Joses, and Judas, and Simon? and are not his sisters here with us?...
(BBE) Is not this the woodworker, the son of Mary, and brother of James and Joses and Judas and Simon? and are not his sisters here with us?...
(CEV) Isn't he the carpenter, the son of Mary? Aren't James, Joseph, Judas, and Simon his brothers? Don't his sisters still live here in our town?" ...
(GNB) Isn't he the carpenter, the son of Mary, and the brother of James, Joseph, Judas, and Simon? Aren't his sisters living here?"...
(ISV) This is the builder, the son of Mary, and the brother of James, Joseph, Judas, and Simon, isn't it? His sisters are here with us, aren't they?" ...
(MKJV) Is not this the carpenter, the son of Mary, the brother of James and Joses and Judas and Simon? And are not his sisters here with us? ...
(MSG) But in the next breath they were cutting him down: "He's just a carpenter--Mary's boy. We've known him since he was a kid. We know his brothers, James, Justus, Jude, and Simon, and his sisters. Who does he think he is?" ...
(NET) Isn't this the carpenter, the son of Mary and brother of James, Joses, Judas, and Simon? And aren't his sisters here with us?" ...
(WEB) Isn't this the carpenter, the son of Mary, and brother of James, Joses, Judah, and Simon? Aren't his sisters here with us?" ...
(ESV) Is not this the carpenter, the son of Mary and brother of James and Joses and Judas and Simon? And are not his sisters here with us?" ...
(GW) Isn't this the carpenter, the son of Mary, and the brother of James, Joseph, Judas, and Simon? Aren't his sisters here with us?" ...
(NASB) Is not this the carpenter, the son of Mary, and brother of James and Joses and Judas and Simon? Are not His sisters here with us?" ...
(NKJV) Is this not the carpenter, the Son of Mary, and brother of James, Joses, Judas, and Simon? And are not His sisters here with us?" ...
Not a single translation - not even Catholic translations or even paraphrases - render Mar 6:3 as other than "brothers" and "sisters". To believe otherwise is unscriptural and is simply not common-sense:-
Albert Barnes in his Commentary "Notes On The Bible" said on Matthew 13:55-56/Mark 6:3:-
His brethren, James ... - The fair interpretation of this passage is, that these were the sons and daughters of Joseph and Mary. The people in the neighborhood thought so, and spoke of them as such.
In his "Commentary On The Bible" Adam Clarke said on Matthew 13:55/Mark 6:3:-
Is not his mother - Mary, and his brethren, James, etc. - This insulting question seems to intimate that our Lord's family was a very obscure one; and that they were of small repute among their neighbors, except for their piety.
It is possible that brethren and sisters may mean here near relations, as the words are used among the Hebrews in this latitude of meaning; but I confess it does not appear to me likely. Why should the children of another family be brought in here to share a reproach which it is evident was designed for Joseph the carpenter, Mary his wife, Jesus their son, and their other children? Prejudice apart, would not any person of plain common sense suppose, from this account, that these were the children of Joseph and Mary, and the brothers and sisters of our Lord, according to the flesh? It seems odd that this should be doubted; but, through an unaccountable prejudice, Papists .... are determined to maintain as a doctrine, that on which the Scriptures are totally silent, viz. the perpetual virginity of the mother of our Lord.
This idea of Mary being a perpetual virgin is definitely not Scriptural or Christian, but came from ancient Chaldea via the pagan Babylonian Mystery religion, and is definitely not Christian. Mary had children other than Jesus, (and anyway, common-sense would tell you it's a bit hard being a virgin after having kids.)
As mentioned in an earlier answer, the terms 'brothers and sisters' referred to any close relative. The Blessed Virgin's cousin was also named Mary and she was married to Clopas and they were the parents of James, Joses, Simon and Jude. This Mary was the 'third' Mary at the foot of the cross.
Also, why would Our Lord appoint unrelated Apostle John from the cross as the guardian of his mother if there were other 'children' in the family to whom that responsibility would have fallen?
None Jesus had no children.
Mary had only one child - Jesus.
There is nothing in the New Testament that would have indicated that "Mary and Joseph" have children after Jesus was born.
Jesus had no children with Mary Magdalene. This story is fictitious pseudo history popularized in the books of Daniel Brown and has absolutely no basis in fact. There is no mainstream religion that holds that Jesus had any children with Mary Magdalene.
No, Mary the mother of Jesus was a virgin and remaind so until after the birth of Jesus. It is supposed that Mary and Joseph had children (unless you are a Catholic, which do not believe that.) Mary was not a prostitute.
Since Mary had no other children besides Jesus, there are no descendants of the Blessed Virgin Mary.
she has several including jesus
Yes. Jesus was born to the virgin mother, Mary, and was the son of God. After Jesus' birth Mary and Joseph had other children.
He may have, but its more likely they are other relatives. ANSWER 2: It is known from the Bible that Jesus had siblings; however, Mary became pregnant with Jesus first and then she and Joseph were married. Siblings would have been born after Jesus.
Jesus never did marry Mary Magadelene, so there was never ever a chance of him having any children Jesus was too holy to think of such things
Mary Magdalene was never married nor did she have any children. The stories that she was married to Jesus and had a child or children by him are pure myths.
Mary had only one child - Jesus. Joseph was the foster father of Jesus. After the birth of Christ, Mary remained a perpetual virgin and had no other children by Joseph.
No. Jesus has no children in body. He has many children in Christ, though.
no!!!!! MARY IZ A VIRGIN!!!!!!
he didn't have a wife -.-
Because Mary opened up a school for children that were less fortunate, and Jesus was also a teacher
there were no accounts that Joseph has another children nor Jesus has another siblings so it would be impossible that Jesus has another sibling
James was the younger brother of Jesus. Mary had no children before Jesus was born.
He was a carpenter and lived with Mary and the children., But after Jesus was seen in the temple when jesus got lost we do not hear or read of him.
Yes, Joseph and Mary were married, and they had other children after Jesus was born.
None. A few days after Jesus died, Mary just rose into heaven. Kind of like transporting.
No. Jesus never married, neither did he commit fornication or adultery.
no because Jesus is God and Mary is simply the mother. Now since she gave birth to the savior she is considered holy but is not more holy than jesus