We know that Mary, the mother of Jesus, was an elect woman and “chosen vessel.”
Members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (also known as Mormons) believe that holy scripture describe not only who she was and some of the things she did, but also provide information on her holy calling.
In the New Testament, a virgin chosen by God the Father to be the mother of His Son in the flesh. After Jesus’ birth, Mary had other children (
She was betrothed to Joseph,
Matt. 1:18 ( Luke 1:27).
Joseph was told not to divorce Mary or release her from the betrothal,
The wise men visited Mary,
Mary and Joseph fled with the child Jesus to Egypt,
After Herod’s death, the family returned to Nazareth,
The angel Gabriel visited her,
She visited Elisabeth, her cousin,
Luke 1:36, 40–45.
Mary gave a psalm of praise to the Lord,
Mary went to Bethlehem with Joseph,
Mary gave birth to Jesus and laid him in a manger,
The shepherds went to Bethlehem to visit the Christ child,
Mary and Joseph took Jesus to the temple in Jerusalem,
Mary and Joseph took Jesus to the Passover,
Mary was at the wedding at Cana,
The Savior, while on the cross, asked John to care for his mother,
Mary was with the Apostles after Christ was taken up into heaven,
Mary was a virgin, most beautiful and fair above all other virgins,
1 Ne. 11:13–20.
Christ’s mother was to be called Mary,
Mary would be a virgin, a precious and chosen vessel,
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Wikipedia article of Mormon views on the Virgin Mary:
The Guardian’s “Why Mormons do no worship Mary”:
Do Mormons believe that Mary was still a virgin when Jesus was born?
The Encyclopedia of Mormonism’s entry on “Mary, Mother of Jesus” by Camille Fronk: