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Florida parish takes to the streets to help residents find a better day, and a step toward God

2 x 2 and door to door ... you can't help but be reminded of the first disciples when you hear about this

Ox, eagle, lion, man: Why and how are the Evangelists associated with these creatures?

An ancient and often unknown tradition underpins these traditional Christian motifs.

John Paul II said this was the most beautiful homily he ever saw

It confirmed for him that the Kingdom of God belongs to children.

The life of Christ to be topic of new History Channel miniseries

The script was written with the help of faith leaders and biblical scholars.

How many times has the Bible been translated?

If Aramaic was good enough for Jesus … oh, wait.

Billy Graham’s grandson on how he came to play his grandfather in new film

Will Graham delivers the 1949 sermon that is thought to have turned Louis Zamperini’s life around.

Pastor hopes his plan to bring Christ to the people will revive a beaten-down Baltimore

Historic basilica will be open all day, sending missionaries out to bring the Good News to city's homeless.

Are you using Aristotle’s 3 ways of convincing? Or being used by them?

And what about emotions? Fair game or manipulation?

Is this where Jesus turned water into wine?

Archaeologist believes he has identified the site of the wedding at Cana.

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