This is based largely on the account of the birth of Jesus found in the Protevangelium of James (a spurious work from the middle of the second century). In this account, Jesus basically “beamed out” of Mary. Personally, I believe that Jesus was born in the usual manner, but that Mary’s “virginal seal” was stuck on His forehead. I see this as irrefutable proof that Jesus is “the seed of the woman”, as well as sealing the covenant in blood (Mary’s). Granted, this is just my opinion, but I believe there is at least as much Biblical evidence for my position as there is for the “infallible dogma” of the church (and I’m not using any spurious works for my position).
Personally, I believe that Jesus was born in the usual manner, but that Mary’s “virginal seal” was stuck on His forehead.
Not sure where you have received your information. The perpetual virginity of Mary is a defined dogma of the Catholic Church since 649, the Lateran Council under Pope Saint Martin I declared: “If anyone does not, in accord with the Holy Fathers, acknowledge the Holy, Ever-Virgin and Immaculate Mary as really and truly the Mother of God, inasmuch as she, in the fullness of time, and without seed conceived, by the Holy Spirit of God, Jesus the Word Himself, Who before all time was born of God the Father, and with integrity brought Him forth (incorruptibly bore Him), and after His Birth preserved her virginity inviolate, let him be condemned.”
Have you read the Church Father that speak of the virgin birth? The most notable of them being Saints Ignatius of Antioch, Irenaeus, Clement of Alexandria, Ambrose, Jerome, Augustine and Peter Chrysologus.
Have you read the the 1964 Dogmatic Constitution on the Church (Lumen Gentium) of the Second Vatican Ecumenical Council (1962-1965) emphasized that “Jesus, at His Birth, did not diminish His Mother’s virginal integrity but sanctified it” (#57).
In the the Roman Missal of 1970 reiterated the Virgin Birth in the special insert to Eucharistic Prayer I to be used on Christmas Day and during its Octave: “In union with the whole Church we celebrate that day (night) when Mary, without loss of her virginity, gave the world its Savior.”
The Catechism of the Catholic Church (1992) stated: “The deepening of faith in the virginal motherhood led the Church to confess Mary’s real and perpetual virginity even in the act of giving birth to the Son of God made man” (#499).
Your view is in opposition to the Dogma of the Perpetual Virginity of Mary as defined by the Catholic Church…please read and pray about what the Church teaches.