Tour Scotland Video Compassion of Christ Window Cathedral Dunblane
Tour Scotland video of the Compassion of Christ stained glass windows on ancestry visit to the Cathedral in Dunblane, Scotland. The four central lights, each divided into three sections, illustrate a separate aspect of our Lord's compassion. The light to the left portrays Christ's compassion to the individual and shows, from the bottom, Mary Magdalene, Peter, and the two blind men. The light next to it shows compassion in general, with Christ the Good Shepherd at the bottom, the weeping over Jerusalem next and, at the top, the feeding of the five thousand. Our Lord's compassion through his parables is illustrated in the easternmost light, showing, from the bottom, the thirsty being given drink, the return of the prodigal son and the good Samaritan. Next to it is illustrated compassion through the Cross, beginning at the bottom with Gethsemane, and in the centre Christ carrying the Cross, culminating with Christ crucified at the top.
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