Where did the Church get the idea that what looks like bread and wine in the Eucharist is actually the Body and Blood of Jesus? Catholics can turn to the sixth chapter of the Gospel of John for the answers. Continue reading Six for Six
An ever growing collection of posts on the books of the Bible. Continue reading A March Through the Scriptures
The Book of Second Maccabees tells of pious Jews praying for the dead, but did you also know that the book contains the most explicit affirmations in the Old Testament of Creatio ex Nihilo, the Intercession of the Saints and of the Resurrection of the Body? Continue reading Why Maccabees?