Several factors point to a mountain called Ras es Safsafeh as the most reasonable and plausible candidate for Mount Sinai
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It is quite probable, based on what we know about first-century families and Sacred Scripture, that baptisms of entire households included baptisms of children
The Church Fathers, almost to a person, reject Sola Scriptura, and hold that Sacred Tradition and Sacred Scripture make up a single deposit of the Word of God
From the moment of the Annunciation, the Blessed Mother knew that Jesus was no ordinary man.
Some say that the Blessed Virgin Mary sinned when Jesus was 12 by either being anxious, or rebuking Jesus, or both. Here’s why they’re wrong.
We receive the Holy Spirit at baptism, but there is an ongoing sense of receiving him to a fuller degree throughout our lives, too.
Abraham had the faith to believe God (faith), and he obeyed him (a work).
Social media does not lend itself to constructive conversations on critical issues, but we must do what we can to bring light to the darkness.