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Lessons 1-3 from the Divine Office for Monday of the Fourth Week of October: II Machabees 2:1-9 | Maria Angela Grow

Lessons 1-3 from the Divine Office for Monday of the Fourth Week of October: II Machabees 2:1-9 | Maria Angela Grow

The Cave of Elijah, located at the foot of Mt Carmel in Israel, is one of the most sacred caves in the Holy Land. According to ancient tradition of all faiths it was one of the places where the prophet Elijah lived and hid while in the wilderness 29 centuries ago. Christians also believe it to be sacred, since Jesus and his family hid there while escaping King Herod. Around the entrance to the cave are buildings, built 120 years ago, which served as a hostel. Visitors come here to pray…

The Cave of Elijah, located at the foot of Mt Carmel in Israel, is one of the most sacred caves in the Holy Land. According to ancient tradition of all faiths it was one of the places where the prophet Elijah lived and hid while in the wilderness 29 centuries ago. Christians also believe it to be sacred, since Jesus and his family hid there while escaping King Herod. Around the entrance to the cave are buildings, built 120 years ago, which served as a hostel. Visitors come here to pray…

The Biblical CITY OF DAVID in the period of Herod's Temple, from the Holyland Model of Jerusalem. The southern wall of the Temple Mount appears at top

The Biblical CITY OF DAVID in the period of Herod's Temple, from the Holyland Model of Jerusalem. The southern wall of the Temple Mount appears at top

Roman rule over Jerusalem and the region began to be challenged with the First Jewish–Roman War, which resulted in the destruction of the Second Temple in 70 CE. Description from liberallifestyles.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Roman rule over Jerusalem and the region began to be challenged with the First Jewish–Roman War, which resulted in the destruction of the Second Temple in 70 CE. Description from liberallifestyles.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

CAPERNAUM, ISRAEL - Jesus made Capernaum his home during the years of his ministry: "Leaving Nazareth he went and lived in Capernaum" (Matt 4:13). Peter, Andrew, James and John were fishermen living in the village. Matthew the tax collector also dwelt here. Capernaum is one of the three cities cursed by Jesus for its lack of faith.

CAPERNAUM, ISRAEL - Jesus made Capernaum his home during the years of his ministry: "Leaving Nazareth he went and lived in Capernaum" (Matt 4:13). Peter, Andrew, James and John were fishermen living in the village. Matthew the tax collector also dwelt here. Capernaum is one of the three cities cursed by Jesus for its lack of faith.

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