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Archaeologists are using 3D scanners to reveal the secrets of the Last Supper site

The holy site, known as the Cenacle, is located on the upper floor of the King David’s Tomb.

Analyzing art: Rembrandt’s powerful ‘Christ before Pilate’

The theater in which the tragic scene unfolds is a stone-paved Roman courtyard, teeming with life.

The Holy Stairs climbed by Christ reopen with the ancient marble uncovered

Aleteia has exclusive photos of the bare marble, exposed for the first time in nearly 300 years.

What kind of cross did Jesus carry to Calvary?

Was it a simple cross-beam, or the entire cross?

History Channel series tells Jesus’ life story according to those who knew him

This series avoids some of the sins of past television documentaries on Christianity, and offers a good overview of the Bible's supporting characters.

Russia plans massive Jesus statue on site previously reserved for Lenin

The plans await approval from the Russian Orthodox Church before ground can be broken.

What does the expression “fishers of men” mean?

The original Greek phrasing has little to do with “catching” people.

Were Jesus and Joseph really carpenters?

Looking at the original Greek, the Latin translation, and Jesus’ own historical context might answer this question … or not.

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.

The three mystical grottoes of the Holy Land

A tour of three key places in the life of Jesus: the places of his birth, the teaching of the Lord's Prayer and the betrayal of Judas

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