Pictures for the 4th Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year B


This is a small selection of free-use illustrations, photographs or images based on the readings and prayers/propers in the Roman Catholic lectionary for the fourth Sunday of Ordinary Time, Year B.  It is part of the Lectionary Art Series.

See hymn suggestions for this Sunday for more information about the readings and seasonal notes about this day, and links to other weeks.



Classical

Christ Preaching at Capernaum

Source:    Wikimedia
Artist:     Maurycy Gottlieb (1856–1879)



Jesus Casts Out the Unclean Spirit

Source:    Wikimedia
Artist:     Herman, Paul, and Johan Limbourg - painted between 1412 and 1416




Jesus Casts Out the Unclean Spirit - Friesach

Section of painting scenes on the abstinence cloth in the Cathedral of Gurk, Carinthia, Austria
Source:    Wikimedia
Artist:      Meister Konrad von Friesach (year 1458 A.D.)




Jesus drives out a demon or unclean spirit

Source:    Wikimedia
Artist:       Count von Berry




Contemporary

Every Foul and Every Unclean Spirit

Source:    http://diglib.library.vanderbilt.edu/act-imagelink.pl?RC=56400
Artist:      ShaEla'ReEl, Xmeah (1990)
License:   Creative Commons Attribution Noncommercial ShareAlike 3.0 License




Healing the Sick

Relief sculpture St. James Cathedral, Seattle, WA, United States of America
Source:    http://diglib.library.vanderbilt.edu/act-imagelink.pl?RC=54132
Artist:      Henn, Ulrich





Jesus Heals a Man with an Unclean Spirit

Source:    Wikimedia
Artist:      Jim Padgett, courtesy of Sweet Publishing, Ft. Worth, TX, and Gospel Light, Ventura, CA. Copyright 1984. Released under new license, CC-BY-SA 3.0



Line Art

Unhappy man

Source:    Wikimedia




Jesus and the man with an unclean spirit

Source:    https://pixabay.com/p-2797657/?no_redirect




Jesus the teacher

An etching by Jan Luyken representing "Jesus the Teacher" in the Bowyer Bible, Bolton, England.
Source:    Wikimedia






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