Tag: Gothic Revival

The Multiplication of the Loaves (John 6:1-15)

The Multiplication of the Loaves (John 6:1-15)

The miracle of the loaves and fishes, often referred to as the ‘Feeding of the 5,000’ is found in all four of the gospels. (Matthew 14:13-21; Mark 6:31-44; Luke 9:12-17; John 6:1-15) In the story, Christ borrowed some loaves and fishes from a little boy, blessed and broke them, and then miraculously used them to … Continue reading The Multiplication of the Loaves (John 6:1-15)

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Abigail foresees David’s future (1 Samuel 25:1-42)

Abigail foresees David’s future (1 Samuel 25:1-42)

Abigail is perhaps one of the less well-known heroines of the Bible. The story of how her quick-thinking saved the day is found in the first book of Samuel. She was married to a wealthy farmer called Nabal, who despite his riches was a harsh man who lacked common sense. By contrast, Scripture tells us … Continue reading Abigail foresees David’s future (1 Samuel 25:1-42)

Joseph’s Life in Egypt (Genesis 39:1 – 41:57)

Joseph’s Life in Egypt (Genesis 39:1 – 41:57)

This remarkable ‘Joseph’ window tells almost the entire story of the lives of both Joseph and St Joseph, the foster-father of Christ. Various events from the life of Joseph are paired with similar events in the later life of St Joseph. This is because one was understood to foreshadow the other. The window, which is by Hardmans, dates to 1882 and is found within the rosary shrine of Our Lady & St Dominic, London.