Jesus and a human wife is an absolute theological absurdity. Follow it logically…
Jesus marries a woman - enters into a covenant relation ship with a wife - and then dies on the cross. Jesus’ wife is now the Widow of God. Pause here for a second. Just think about that for a moment… The Widow of God…
Covenants end when one of the members dies. The death of Jesus therefor releases Jesus’ wife from the marriage but then… SURPRISE! Her husband rises from the dead!!! Is the Widow of God still married to God? Is the Widow of God re-married to God? Is the Widow of God free to marry someone else? Is she both the Widow and the Wife of God?
Jesus then abandons the Widow/Wife of God (and possibly his children), ascends to Heaven and takes the Church as his bride. Jesus is guilty of spouse and child abandonment and now has two wives; 1) the original Widow/Wife of God and, 2) the Church. Is this polygamy? Does the Church have to share Jesus with another bride? Are there two brides of Christ?
Then Jesus assumes his mother into heaven but doesn’t assume his wife and children into heaven. :shrug: There really isn’t room for the Solemnity of the Assumption of the Widowed Wife and Abandoned Children of God on the Church calendar anyway.
And would the Widowed and Abandoned Wife of God intercede for us?
Reductio ad absurdum. It goes on and on, a complete theological nightmare, absurdity and exactly what some desire - nullification of our entire faith.