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"The Holy Infancy". . . . . 1
Prologue To The Gospel According to S. John pages 3,4,5
"The Novitiate" . . . . . 53 Book III
"First Words and First Works. . . . .105 INDEX
of the Subjects of Poems, and Bible References. . 161
Prologue to the Gospel according to St. John
The Expectation of the Nations
The Angel visits Zacharias
Council in Heaven
Sages and Prophets Praise God for the Birth
On a Picture (Murillo's "Immaculate Conception")
Meeting with Elizabeth
the Days of the Visit
"Thou didst not abhor the Virgin's Womb"
The Birth of John Baptist
The Shepherds at Bethlehem
The Child Circumcised and Presented in the Temple
The Kings from the East
Flight into Egypt
Murder of the Innocents, and Return
The Holy Infancy
Jesus about His Father's Business
Christ grows up in Galilee
Christ, the Power of God, and the Wisdom of God
Preaching of John Baptist
Baptism of Jesus
Jesus in the Wilderness
Jesus in the Wilderness with the Tempter
The Three Last Temptations
The Disciple in the Wilderness
John Baptist and the Deputation
FIRST WORDS AND FIRST WORKS
Two follow Christ
Andrew brings Simon
Philip and Nathanael
The Marriage at Cana
Dost thou Believe?
A little Group went to Capernaum
Sign of the Cleansig of the Temple
What think ye of Christ ?
Nicodemus and the New Birth
"John, loving scribe, takes up the parable"
Jesus and the Disciples of John
John, the Scribe, saith
The Woman of Samaria
The Samaritans believe
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