We see the narrative of Jesus' death on the Cross as given by John at 19: 31-33:
Since it was the day of Preparation, the Jews did not want the bodies left on the cross during the sabbath, especially because that sabbath was a day of great solemnity. So they asked Pilate to have the legs of the crucified men broken and the bodies removed. Then the soldiers came and broke the legs of the first and of the other who had been crucified with him. But when they came to Jesus and saw that he was already dead, they did not break his legs.
The Wikipedia write-up on crucifixion has this information:
In Roman-style crucifixion, the condemned could take up to a few days to die, but death was sometimes hastened by human action. The attending Roman guards could leave the site only after the victim had died, and were known to precipitate death by means of deliberate fracturing of the tibia and/or fibula, spear stab wounds into the heart, sharp blows to the front of the chest, or a smoking fire built at the foot of the cross to asphyxiate the victim. The Romans sometimes broke the prisoner's legs to hasten death and usually forbade burial.In some cases, the person was often deliberately kept alive as long as possible to prolong his suffering and humiliation, so as to provide the maximum deterrent effect.
As per the Gospel narratives, Jesus died within three hours of his crucifixion, that is much earlier than what had been expected (Mk 15:44) . One is given to believe that just as it had been ordained that his legs would not be broken ( John 19:36) , it was also ordained that Jesus would not have to lie on the cross for a longer duration. My question therefore is: Does the Catholic Church teach that the early death of Jesus on the Cross, had been ordained by God the Father?