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|St. Ignatius of Loyola|
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OF THE LIFE OF CHRIST OUR LORD FROM TWELVE TO THIRTY YEARS
St. Luke writes in the second Chapter [51, 52].
First Point. First: He was obedient to His parents: "He advanced in wisdom, age and grace."
Second Point. Second: It appears that24 He exercised the trade of carpenter, as St. Mark shows he means25 in the sixth chapter. "'Perhaps this is that carpenter? '"
24 It appears that is in the Saint's handwriting, inserted before He exercised.
25 Shows he means is in the Saint's hand, correcting says.
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