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Is Christ’s Blood Offered for Many or for All?

By Clement Harrold March 8, 2024 When Pope Benedict XVI authorized a series of corrections to the English translation of the Mass in 2010, one ...

How Was Crucifixion Perceived in the Ancient World?

By Clement Harrold March 1, 2024 The purpose of crucifixion for the ancient Romans was twofold: (1) to produce a protracted death struggle aimed at ...

Why Does Jesus Praise the Unjust Steward?

By Clement Harrold February 23, 2024 The Parable of the Unjust Steward, also known as the Parable of the Dishonest Manager, appears only in Luke ...

Does God Ever Abandon Us?

By Clement Harrold February 16, 2024 Amidst the somber beauty of the many readings at Easter Vigil Mass, there's a line from the prophet Isaiah ...
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Did the Demons Know Jesus was God?

By Clement Harrold February 9, 2024 Demons do not know everything. While they are extremely intelligent beings-far smarter than even the highest IQ human beings-still ...

Were Men and Women Equal in the Old Testament?

By Clement Harrold January 31, 2024 One Old Testament text which skeptics will sometimes point to as evidence of biblical misogyny is Leviticus 12:1-7: The ...

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