Posts Tagged ‘Apostles’

Archaeologists find apostles home in Galilee

Monday, August 7th, 2017

Archaeologists say they have found the city where the apostles Peter, Andrew and Philip lived. The city of Julius was located on the northern shore of the Sea of Galilee. Read more

Did the Apostles say the rosary?

Friday, July 3rd, 2015

It sounds like a ridiculous question A few years back, however, something stood out to me, that makes me think that the “soul” of the rosary was always present in the Apostles’ prayer. Continue reading  

St Andrew: A saint of division

Tuesday, December 3rd, 2013

For all his ubiquity, the biblical Andrew is a shadowy figure. In one of a handful of scriptural references, he is the apostle who tells Jesus that five loaves and two fishes won’t feed 5,000 people; a miracle soon proves otherwise. Like other widely honoured saints, Andrew himself defies the laws of finitude by appealing Read more

An Easter story

Friday, March 30th, 2012

If it were not for Mary Magdalene, we never would have heard about the Resurrection. The men would still be in the Upper Room, trying to figure how to get out of town. Do you sometimes wonder if things have changed? I don’t think they have. Men are careful. Men are circumspect. Men, after all, Read more