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The death of Jesus is at the heart of the Gospel. You can re-read the passion narrative with an exceptional guide, the great biblical scholar Raymond E. Brown, going through the forty stations of his major work:
The Death of the Messiah.

This site is the English translation (still underway) of a French site. It is geared to people who want to understand the mystery of their existence in the light of Jesus of Nazareth.

On the "Homilies" menu, you will find a list of Sunday gospels with related homilies.

On the "Calendar" menu, you will find the schedule of the catholic liturgical year and related homilies.

The "Resources" menu contains documents that help to understand the Gospels and the New Testament.

On the menu "New" you will find what has been added recently.

-André Gilbert

Going further

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Website overview

Homilies on gospels Homilies based on themes Gospels' biblical analysisTools
On Mark's gospel
On Luke's gospel
On Matthew's gospel
On John's gospel

Homilies - liturgical year

Year A
Year B
Year C

Spirituality

Selected texts from Etty Hillesum

 

 

Love
Communication
Growth
Cross
Child
Family
Immigrant
Islam
Leader
Law
Miracle
Mystery
Pastor
Everyday life
Autority
Disasters
Change
Fight
Body
Finance
Faith
Identity
Messiah
Death
Prayer
Wealth
Pain
Getting old

On Mark's gospel
On Luke's gospel
On Matthew's gospel
On John's gospel

Apocryphal writings

1 Esdras
3 Maccabees
4 Maccabees
Odes of Solomon
Prayer of Manasseh
Psalm 151
Psalms of Solomon

Old Testament

Daniel: greek text

Esther: greek text

Map of Palestine
Map of Jerusalem
Topographic map of Palestine
Map of the Babylonian Empire
Map of the Persian Empire
Glossary
Chronology of Jesus' life

Intertestamental sources

1 Henoch
Letter of Aristeas

Biblical studies

The cry of Jesus on the cross
The scandal of the cross
The meaning of the cross
The historical Jesus
The passion narratives
Where was Luke's gospel written?
What is a pastor according to St. Paul?

To contact us

For comments or questions, don't hesitate to send an email to: andre.sybil@gmail.com

Last update: January 15 2020


 

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