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Air date: April 4/5, 2020
Brief description: Among Jesus' miracles, feeding of the 5000 with five loaves and two fish is the most well-known. What does the site where this miracle took place looks like today? Capernaum was just an ordinary fishing village, but Jesus chose it to be the base of his public ministry and this was where he gave the Bread of Life discourse. Catholics believe that bread and wine become the body and blood of Christ after being blessed by the priest in mass. Various eucharistic miracles had taken place over the years. Little-Known Facts about the Holy Land takes you to the Holy Land and sites of Eucharistic miracles.

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Little-Known Facts about the Holy Land: Mount of Temptation, Sea of Galilee, On the way to Jericho Brief description: A sparsely vegetated mountain, a monastery built along a cliff, reminds us what is truly important in our lives. The area surrounding the Sea of Galilee offers incredible scenery, and that is where Jesus chose to start his ministry. In western countries, Good Samaritan has become the synonym for a kind-hearted person. This parable of Jesus has been around for 2000 years. What does it mean for us today? Little-Known Facts about the Holy Land takes you to the Holy Land.

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