Boyhood of Jesus
“Boyhood of Jesus” (1947) aka “Child of Bethlehem” (1941) is a faithful dramatization of the birth and first 12 years in the life of Jesus Christ as described in Luke and Matthew. Scenes include Mary and Joseph’s journey to Bethlehem, adoration of the shepherds, visit of the Wise Men, Herod’s order to slay every male child in Bethlehem, flight to Egypt, and return to Nazareth.
“Boyhood of Jesus” is one in a series of 20 films that were originally produced and distributed as Cathedral Films and later re-titled for release by Loyola University specifically to Catholic churches and audiences.
These vintage mini-movies demonstrate how the Christian message was communicated to 20th century audiences through film and television.
Check out other films from this series”Gospel Films Archive“
Film Company Contact Details
|Company:||Gospel Films Archive||Representative:||Bob Campbell|