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St. Gabriel’s other important appearances in the Bible

The archangel played a vital role in both the Old and New Testaments.

Is the Bible without error?

Here's what the Catholic Church officially teaches regarding the inerrancy of the Bible.

Whatever happened to the woman at the well? Some traditions tell us

The woman, a Samaritan at that, represents all of us as the new bride. 

This biblical phrase encourages devotion to St. Joseph

Found in the Old Testament, these words are applied by many saints to the foster-father of Jesus.

What does the name “Joseph” mean?

The Hebrew name has a rich spiritual meaning behind it.

Who were St. Joseph’s parents?

The parents of the foster father of Jesus raised a "just man," who would guard the Savior of the world.

Why is the feast of St. Joseph on March 19?

Devotion to St. Joseph, husband of Mary, can be traced back to the beginning of the Church

Moses, Elijah, and Jesus: Why are they all together at the Transfiguration?

This unusual “gathering” has deep eschatological meaning. And looking at a single word in the original Greek can help decipher it.

New Bible infuses the sacred texts with Instagram-style art to attract millennials

Reminding millennials of the beauty of the Word through modern illumination.

How did Cain find a wife?

The book of Genesis only mentions Cain, Abel and Seth as children of Adam and Eve.