I am perplexed why in Church history very little is said of the offspring of the original Apostles
-Protestants believe that Jesus had brothers and sisters ( of the flesh)
the Apostles were all thought to be married -yet we hear little of any of their offspring playing a role in the early Church
Eusebius of Caesarea’s Church History talks a bit about this.
He says St. Philip, at least, had 4 daughters and Sts. Peter and perhaps Paul had wives
we know that some of the relatives of Christ were leaders in the early Church ( desposyni) but even little is said about them other than the 2 grandchildren of Jude
do you think that the families of the Apostles did not share the same enthusiasm for the faith and the Apostles did? we would have heard something at least in tradition?