It presents Jesus in the role of the faithful Jewish boy, raised in the traditions of Israel, and fulfilling all that the law requires.
With this episode, the infancy narrative ends just as it began, in the setting of the Jerusalem temple.
*  : this phrase can also be translated, “I must be about my Father’s work.” In either translation, Jesus refers to God as his Father.
Amidst her job search, she receives dating advice from her friend and neighbor, Lucy Gessler, and begins an unexpected affair with an ex-business partner of her husband's, Wally Burgan.When Mildred receives a call from the agency regarding an opening as a housekeeper to a wealthy socialite, she reluctantly agrees to meet with her.After cutting the acerbic interview short, Mildred seeks refuge at a local diner, Cristofor's Café, where fate, and a waitress named Ida, will play a role in shaping her future.The woman who could not afford a lamb offered instead two turtledoves or two young pigeons, as Mary does here. : as the firstborn son (Lk 2:7) Jesus was consecrated to the Lord as the law required (Ex 13:2, 12), but there was no requirement that this be done at the temple.