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Holy Places immerses you in the Christian tradition of the Passion of Christ and takes you to Jerusalem to follow the 14 stations of the Way of the Cross. The Via Dolorosa, also called “Way of Suffering” or “The Way of the Cross”, winds along a narrow street in the old city of Jerusalem. This is the traditional route that Jesus would have taken while carrying his cross.
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Discover Via Dolorosa

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After Herod’s death, Jesus and his parents, then exiled to Egypt, return to Nazareth, and from there Jesus becomes: Jesus of Nazareth. He lived there until his majority. So we can ask ourselves the question of what Jesus did during his adolescence? Indeed, it seems that, in the Bible, as in the Gospels, there are no texts or little about his adolescence.
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Jesus of Nazareth

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The Custody of the Holy Land was founded in 1342. However the Franciscan Order was present in the Holy Land from its origin around 1220. Some brothers get a small house in 1229 overlooking the 5th station of Via Dolorosa. The Order of Friars Minor, the Franciscans, have been called by God from every corner of the world for a special mission: to watch over His house!.
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The Gardians of God’s House

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The Virgin of Nazareth has an exceptional place in the Christianity. Her unique destiny in human history was foretold from the very beginning of time and her efforts will continue to the very last day. Mary is the “yes” that allowed the Incarnation of God in the flesh at Nazareth. She accompanied Jesus throughout his life, she faithfully supported him, and the Church from the very beginning.
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Mary’s Life

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Jesus spent the three years of His public life teaching, healing the sick, working miracles to prove His mission and Divinity. While John was preaching a “Baptism of repentance”, Jesus appeared and wanted to be baptized. These three years have set down the foundations of the Church.
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The Public Life of Jesus

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During his earthly ministry, Jesus Christ touched and transformed countless lives. Jesus performed many miracles, demonstrating his power over nature and spirits. The majority are control over nature, faith healing, exorcisms, and resurrection of the dead. The Gospel of John records seven miracles of Jesus, however the others Apostles found much more...
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The Gospel’s Miracles

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Holy Week is the week before Easter, beginning with Palm Sunday and ending on Holy Saturday, which is the day before Easter Sunday. Observed with special solemnity as a time of devotion to the Passion of Jesus Christ, it is called the Great Week in the Greek and Roman liturgical books, because great deeds were done by God during this week. However, Easter celebrates the Resurrection of Jesus Christ on the third day after his Crucifixion.
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The Holy Week

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The Russian Orthodox Ecclesiastical Mission in Jerusalem was founded in 1847 to serve as a representation of the Russian Orthodox Church to the Jerusalemite Patriarchate and to oversee the facilities caring for the thousands of pilgrims then flocking to the Holy Land from Russia. During the Bolshevik Revolution, the Mission was divised into the Russian Orthodox Church Outside Russia, and the Russian Orthodox Church of Moscow.
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The Russian Orthodox Church

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