|Annunciation (8 BC)|
|Presentation (7 BC)|
|Flight into Egypt (7 - 4 BC)|
|Madonna and Child|
|John the Baptist (7 BC - AD 28)|
|so-called Temptation (AD 26)|
|Woman taken in Adultery (AD 29)|
|The Good Samaritan|
|Resurrection of Lazarus (AD 30)|
|Cleansing of the Temple|
|Denial of Peter|
|Man of Sorrows|
Isaiah 53:3 He was despised and rejected by men, a man of sorrows, and familiar with suffering. Like one from whom men hide their faces he was despised, and we esteemed him not.
P.1425 - §3 The Son of Man experienced those wide
ranges of human emotion which reach from superb joy to profound sorrow.
He was a child of joy and a being of rare good humor; likewise was he
a "man of sorrows and acquainted with grief." In a spiritual
sense, he did live through the mortal life from the bottom to the top,
from the beginning to the end. From a material point of view, he might
appear to have escaped living through both social extremes of human existence,
but intellectually he became wholly familiar with the entire and complete
experience of humankind.
|Saints and Martyrs|
There is a legend that Mary Magdalene retired to a cave in Marseille.