Tag Archives: james the just

Holy Family Reunion

I’ve examined Jesus’ immediate family before, but what about beyond that? John 19:25 refers to a woman named Mary of Clopas, called as Jesus’ “mother’s sister,” being present at the crucifixion. But since his mother was named Mary, does that … Continue reading

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Every Time I Look in Your Eyes, I See St. Peter Wave

I was originally thinking of writing a general overview of the history of the papacy this week, but I decided that was too much for one post, so for now I’m just going to stick to the first person regarded … Continue reading

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Hot for Jesus

The Bible tends to be rather quiet on the subject of appearances. About the most we’re told about a Biblical figure, as far as I can remember, is that Elisha was bald. Oh, and Esau is covered in red hair. … Continue reading

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