In this window, in the upper lancet, we see Jesus as a shepherd: he is in dazzling raiment, holding a crozier (shepherd’s crook), and is surrounded by sheep.
Below that, on the left, Jesus is with his parents, Mary and Joseph, and we see the caption, “Jesus increased in wisdom and stamina.”
To the right, again the Holy Family, as we follow Jesus in his youth, with the caption, “The child grew and waxed strong in faith.” You may recall that, even as a child, Jesus went to the temple and taught.
Next down, on the left, we see Jesus with children, and the caption, “He took them up in his arms.” We are reminded of Jesus saying, “Suffer the little children to come unto me.”
To his right, a woman shepherding more children, and the continuation of the previous caption, “…and blessed them.”
Next down, on the left, Jesus performing a miracle in curing a woman, as he says, “Woman, I say unto thee, arise.” And, to the right of that scene, we see a mature Jesus with another child, and the caption, “He took a child and set him in the midst of them.”
At the bottom left, Jesus has healed the Roman centurion’s son, and is saying, “Go thy way, Thy son liveth. To the right, Jesus is saying to the woman, “O woman, great is thy faith.”