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Jesus Christ

What does the name “Emmanuel” mean?

In the Old Testament, it was said that "Emmanuel" would come and be a sign to the nations.

Seeing the human side of Jesus in Donatello’s crucifixes

Renaissance artists became more focused on portraying Christ's humanity rather than “just” his divinity.

Let St. Margaret Mary Alacoque help you develop self-confidence

We spend a lifetime with ourselves and haven't a clue who we really are. These 4 tips can help.

The six oldest images of Jesus

Looking at the oldest depictions of Jesus can teach us about artistic canon of early Christian communities.

A visit to Jerusalem’s “Prison of Christ,” a once-popular stop on the the Holy Sepulchre tour

The place where Jesus was said to be incarcerated before his crucifixion was one of the most frequented stops for pilgrims in the Middle Ages.

What is the meaning of the original name of the Sea of Galilee?

The freshwater lake at the center of Jesus’ ministry went by a different name in the Old Testament -- one possibly based on its appearance.

These are the three times when Jesus cried in the Bible

Only three distinct occasions of divine tears are recorded in the New Testament.

Did Jesus say that?

Flip the cards to find out if Jesus is the author of these very popular quotes that are attributed to him!

5 Painters who depicted the Last Judgment

From the Sistine Chapel fresco of Michelangelo to the abstract composition of Kandinsky, the Last Judgment stands as a defining theme of Western art

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