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Intro­duc­tion Hav­ing pre­pared and for­ti­fied him­self, and hav­ing taken pos­ses­sion of the Laws and Proph­ets, Jesus can now head towards Read more
Hav­ing suc­cess­fully con­cluded his retreat, Jesus offi­cially begins his mis­sion. As soon as he came down from the wil­der­ness, and Read more
Intro­duc­tion With the cel­eb­ra­tion of the Ash Wed­nes­day, the Church (Cath­ol­ic Church) begins an import­ant and unique moment in her Read more
What is lep­rosy? The World Health Organ­iz­a­tion (WHO) explains lep­rosy (also known as Hansen’s dis­ease) as a chron­ic infec­tious dis­ease Read more
Intro­duc­tion Jesus fame spread every­where but he did not sit still as many would. Instead, he ‎con­tin­ued to spread the Read more
Intro­duc­tion Hav­ing con­sti­tuted his group of Twelve dis­ciples, Jesus now moves with them to every place he goes. Jesus goes Read more
Intro­duc­tion The arrest­ing of John the Bap­tizer implies the end of his mis­sion and the begin­ning of the mis­sion of Read more
Intro­duc­tion Jesus is the Lamb of God who takes away the sin of the world, the sin of unbe­lief, which Read more
Intro­duc­tion Accord­ing to the indic­a­tions of the Sunday missal, the First Read­ing (Isa 42:1–4.6–7), the respon­sori­al Psalm (Ps 2928), the Read more
What is epi­phany? Ordin­ar­ily, epi­phany refers to that very moment when a per­son sud­denly feels that he or she under­stands, or sud­denly becomes con­scious of some­thing that Read more
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