Gospel Illustrations 51 to 100

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Gospel Illustrations
Numbers 51 to 100


Compositions of place

for the contemplations in the "second week" (Public life narratives) of the SPIRITUAL EXERCISES of St. Ignatius Loyola


Part I of the 153 remarkable woodcuts which have been reconstructed from Jerome Nadal's 16th century publication

"Adnotationes et Meditationes in Evangelia quae in sacrosancto Missae sacrificio toto anno leguntur; cum Evangeliorum concordantia historiae integritati sufficienti"(Antwerp, 1595) It was Jerome Nadal's intention to furnish illustrations of the Gospel stories as an aid to those making the Spiritual Exercises of Ignatius, so these illustrations are arranged chronologically according to the activities of Christ's life.

To move around quickly around Gospel Illustrations . . .
hit any of the following five (purple) headings.

Introduction
Table of contents
Part I (1 to 50) Week #2:Christ's infancy and early public life
Part II (51 to 100) Week #2:Christ's public life
Part III (101 to 153) Week #3 & # 4:Christ's Passion and Resurrection


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This web page is taken from GOSPEL ILLUSTRATIONS by Joseph MacDonnell, S.J.
which is a reissue of Jerome Nadal's 153 images and is now available.
Published by The Fairfield Jesuit Community
1998 Joseph F. MacDonnell, S.J.
ISBN 0-9657731-2-4 (paperback)
It contains 155 illustrations
Distributed by Joseph F. MacDonnell, S.J.
Fairfield University, Fairfield, CT 06430
email: macdonnell@fairfield.edu
Voice mail - 203 256-7222


Numbers 51 to 100

51 Pharisees conspire against Christ
52 Pharisees send envoys to trap Christ
53 Christ liberates the adulteress
54 Christ teaches daily in the temple
55 The dangers of disbelief
56 A strident dispute with Pharisees
57 Cure of the man born blind
58 The good shepherd
59 Crafty Pharisees try to entrap Christ
60 The "tradition" of the Pharisees
61 The Cannanite woman
62 Christ cures the deaf mute
63 Transfiguration
64 Christ is falsely accused
65 The lost sheep and lost drachma
66 The Prodigal Son
67 The Prodigal Son squanders his wealth
68 The Prodigal Son becomes a swineherd
69 A loving father welcomes the son
70 On children and on fraternal correction
71 The ungrateful servant
72 The eleventh hour laborers
73 The great banquet
74 The death of Lazarus
75 In vain Dives asks Abraham's help
76 Christ is told of the death of Lazarus
77 Christ goes to Bethany
78 Christ raises Lazarus
79 The consul plan to kill Christ
80 Christ predicts his Crucifixion
81 Christ cures 10 lepers
82 Request of the Mother of James & John
83 Christ cures the blind man at Jericho
84 At the home of Simon the leper
85 Christ rides on a colt
86 Christ looks out over Jerusalem
87 Solemn entry into the City
88 Christ again drives out the merchants
89 Gentiles come to talk to Christ
90 The Pharisee and the Publican
91 The tenant farmers
92 They kill the son outside the vineyard
93 The King's feast for his son
94 About the tribute to Caesar
95 The First Commandment
96 he teachings of the Scribes and Pharisees
97 About the anti-Christ
98 What precedes the General Judgment
99 The General Judgment
100 Preparation for the Last Supper

To move around quickly around Gospel Illustrations . . .
hit any of the following five headings

Introduction
Table of contents
Part I (1 to 50) Week #2:Christ's infancy and early pulbic life
Part II (51 to 100) Week #2:Christ's pulbic life
Part III (101 to 153) Week #3 & # 4:Christ's Passion and Resurrection



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