Cradle and All - Book Three: Chapters 100-111 Summary & Analysis

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Book Three: Chapters 100-111 Summary

Colleen's impending birth forces Justin to reevaluate his beliefs. He realizes that he does believe in a divine conception. He also appreciates the effort required of a woman in labor and thinks differently about the importance of relationships and marriage. Colleen continues to labor and births her baby quietly in her home. Although Justin is in awe of the miracle, Father Rosetti sees something different. He assesses the baby's health and found him to be fine. Rather than giving him to his mother, however, Father Rosetti walks away from Colleen while still clutching her baby. Father Rosetti traces the sign of the cross on the baby's forehead. Justin doesn't understand and protests against Father Rosetti's actions. He worries about Father Rosetti's reasoning, the health of the baby, and most of all he worries about the new mother...

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