Category: Holy Scripture

Who Are We?

Who Are We? No other women in the Bible share our names. We are praised by Saint Paul in the New Testament for having “faith unfeigned,” which is to say, “without guile” or “genuine.” We are Jews, but our husbands … Continue reading

Who Am I?

I am mentioned twice in the New Testament. There is no other woman in the Bible that has the same name as I. However, there is a man in the genealogy of the Savior who has the same name as … Continue reading

The Wisdom of Ben Sira

Editor’s introduction: This article was written by the remarkable man that Charles Coulombe has just memorialized on this site. If some copyright has been unintentionally violated by our posting the article here, we will take it down if notified by … Continue reading

Who Am I?

Who am I? No one among the just has waited longer than I to see God face to face. I have a mission that has yet to be fulfilled. I have never eaten meat. For a while I did eat … Continue reading

Good Things

He hath filled the hungry with the good things (Our Lady’s Magnificat) It seems that no matter where I turn in the scriptures I find the term “good things.” Doing a tally from the Douay Concordance, one finds ninety-one usages … Continue reading

Plucking of His Beard

I have given my body to the strikers, and my cheeks to them that plucked them: I have not turned away my face from them that rebuked me, and spit upon me. (Isaias 50:6) In His Agony in the Garden … Continue reading