The Rosary is my favorite Bible study. It’s far more than a form of prayer, it’s a deeply scriptural, contemplative, and interactive study.
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In this week’s Encountering the Word video for the Twenty-eighth Sunday in Ordinary Time, Jeff Cavins explains what Scripture really means by “the land of milk and honey.”
In this week’s Encountering the Word video, Jeff Cavins offers a solution to anxiety as he reflects on the readings for the Twenty-seventh Sunday in Ordinary Time.
Who am I?
This fundamental question is asked ultimately by every person ever born. What is this great mystery of human life? What is our origin, and what is our destiny?
Why are the Ten Commandments still binding for us as Christians, while the dietary and ceremonial laws found in those same books are not? An understanding of the biblical history of these laws will help to answer this question.
Jerome began this process in A.D. 382, and was able to complete it in about two years, using many original Greek manuscripts, and comparing these to the Old Vulgate versions that existed.
For St. Ignatius of Loyola, at least in the beginning stages, the enemy’s tactic is to bring us into desolation, to bring us to despair and thereby break our resolve …