Articles
April 14, 2017

The book that captures the drama of Christ’s final days on earth

A classic work, published in 1930, helps to fill in the gaps left by the Gospels It is Holy Week, thus hard to engage with literature that is not specifically…
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Articles
April 5, 2017

Physical evidence of Jesus' life revealed

The Israel Antiquities Authority (IAA) offered a glimpse of nails used in crucifixions in and around Jerusalem and Galilee during the first century C.E. AFP reported the IAA opened its…
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News
November 3, 2016

Jesus’s tomb exposed for the first time in centuries

A team of fifty experts working at the site as part of restoration project The marble slab on which it is believed Jesus lay after his crucifixion is being studied…
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News
October 25, 2016

3600 Christians and Jews slaughtered – Evidence of an invasion discovered in Jerusalem

When money was stolen from Jewish temples and over 3,600 citizens in Jerusalem were killed, the First Jewish Revolt began. Gessius Florus, a Roman procurator, ruled Judea and decided to…
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Asia-PacificNews
March 21, 2016

Christians express deep concern over Israeli restrictions and policies during Easter celebrations

Christians have expressed deep concern over Israeli restrictions and policies during Religious celebrations that have been in effect for the past 6 years. The Easter celebrations have been marked with…
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Middle EastNews
January 5, 2016

Catholic Bishops to visit vulnerable Syrian Refugees in the Holy Land

Catholic Bishops from across Europe and America have undertaken a pastoral duty to visit refugees from the Syria conflict currently residing in Jordan as part of the 13th meeting of…
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Middle EastNews
October 16, 2015

As violence takes over Jerusalem again, a bishop says: we need the Lord’s help

Bishop Shomali says it is painful to see violence return to Jerusalem Auxiliary Bishop William Shomali, Latin Patriarchate chancellor, has said it is painful to watch violence take over Jerusalem…
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