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Jesus

Was Jesus’ name really Jesus?

Doesn’t the prophecy claim “they shall call his name Emmanuel”?

Where did Jesus’ ascension into Heaven take place?

According to tradition, Jesus rose up to Heaven from this mountain.

Three of the oldest images of Jesus portrays him as the “Good Shepherd”

Early Christian art found in the catacombs in Rome shows Jesus carrying a lamb on his shoulders.

Shroud of Turin exhibit planned for Washington, DC’s Museum of the Bible

The museum hopes to open a high-tech, innovative exhibition on the object many believe to be the burial cloth of Christ.

Catholic doctor examines Christ’s Passion from a medical perspective

He attempts to pin down the cause of Christ's death using modern medical understanding.

Did you know that Jesus’ homeland of Galilee was (and is) a lush and green oasis?

The region remains fertile, thanks to high rainfall and relatively cool temperatures.

Why do Catholics use crucifixes that show Jesus on the cross?

The use of crucifixes by Catholics follows an ancient tradition that honors the supreme sacrifice of Jesus.

St. Bernardine of Siena’s prayer to the Holy Name of Jesus

The saint had a great passion for the name of Jesus and used this prayer regularly.

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