Who killed Jesus? If you use as reference the book “Awit at Salaysay ng Pasiong Mahal,” which is used in the “pabasa” (the chanting of the Passion story during
Filipino Catholics on Wednesday had the chance to venerate the “The Holy Face of Jesus from Manoppello,” at the Santuario de San Antonio in Forbes Park, Makati City.
When I learned that my stepbrother Cesar died in General Luna, Quezon, I was shocked and extremely saddened. Above all, I was guilt-stricken, because weeks ago I received a request from him to buy his prescription drugs for tuberculosis. I failed to act on it quickly. I felt like banging my head on the wall. Cesar died without his medicines.
Your mantra for the week: “God is my supply and the source of my unlimited abundance.” The word “Christ” was not Jesus’ surname. He was Jesus of Nazareth, who was given the title of Christ when he discovered the Kingdom of Heaven was within and began to preach the Truth about life and man.
The theory that Christ could have been married is seen with great skepticism in the Vatican and by historians.
A controversial development points to what could be a missing text of the Holy Gospel, indicating that Jesus may have actually been married—and to someone believed to be named Mary.
The other day I was talking to a young man, in his early 30s, who is very driven and accomplished. He was a good student, doing very well in his career and aiming for his best in whatever he gets into.