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... the main alter we were escorted to a private side altar were Fr. Tom said an inspirational Mass for us. When we were done, it was back to the streets to meet our bus, with one important stop on the way- Mary's Well or Fountain. This is the location of the only well in Nazareth, and, so it is assumed that the Virgin-mother daily came followed by her Divine Son, and often He, too, as He grew up, would carry his water jar ...
... holy lands until it was destroyed by the Mamluk forces which originated from Egypt in 1291. The Ottomans took over the remnants in 1517 and rebuilt it.
We walked through the Knights' tunnel built during their occupation which provided safe transfer of goods from the port to the castle. We also visited the Knights' Halls built by the Hospitallers (a monastic military order established to treat the sick in the Holy Land). This is an extensive building complex ...
... in the middle east (or at least they seemed like that to me). Here I was enjoying my first piece of meat since I had arrived in Israel and I didn't even have buy it...awesome! The man conveyed to James and myself that he was a butcher and the resturant was one of his customers. James loves picking up hitchhikers, but in all his experience of picking up hitchhikers never once had anyone blessed him so richly ...
... began to
say to them, “Today this Scripture has been fulfilled in your hearing.”
And all spoke well of him and marveled at the gracious words that were
coming from his mouth. And they said, “Is not this Joseph’s son?” And he
said to them, “Doubtless you will quote to me this proverb, ‘Physician,
heal yourself.’ What we have heard you did at ...
... really more like a creek; it is small. Also, although this is viewed as the site where Jesus was baptized, they are not sure about that. Because of where St. John was from, it might be more likely that Jesus was baptized further south, nearer to the Dead Sea. Today it is used actively as a baptismal site. While we were there there were several groups performing baptisms in the river. People don white garments, ...