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Crusader: Godfrey de Bouillon

Godfrey de Bouillon, born in 1060 to parents Eustace II, Count of Boulogne and Ida, daughter of Godfrey III, Duke of Lower Lorraine at Boulogne-sur-Mer. 207 more words


Sunrise over the Dead Sea

02:45 am – not my time when it comes to standing up. But we wanted to see the sunrise over the Dead Sea and Jordan. So we made our way in the bus and slept until we arrived at the bottom of Masada. 549 more words

Middle East

Jerusalem Lovefest, I mean, Parade

After last week’s UNESCO vote, the Jerusalem Parade is extremely well-timed.  There will be a new vote on the UNESCO resolution, but it feels like rumblings rather than outright condemnations of an obviously biased document. 370 more words

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Trip to Jerusalem

In September I visited Jerusalem. The last time I came here was in 2014, where I visited the “Hand in Hand School”. To wander through the holy city is always very special, as it reveals so many different layers. 158 more words



In this episode of “The Underground”, Joel and Dalton Thomas discuss the next instalment of the Covenant and Controversy film series: The City of the Great King. 138 more words

End Times

Carissimi: Today’s Mass; Our Lady on Saturday

Our Lady on Saturday: Missa “Salve, sancta parens

The Mass of the Blessed Virgin shows us Mary as Mother of our Savior. She was destined for her role in the history of our salvation (Epistle), for as Eve was the intermediary chosen by the angel of darkness to bring about the fall of Adam, so also Mary the intermediary to whom the angel Gabriel delivered the message of salvation from Heaven. 700 more words