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The Gospel of Gamaliel: Lament of the Virgin and the Martyrdom of Pilate
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The brother of Nicodemus, like him Gamaliel was part of the Pharisee leadership which ruled over the Jewish people during the time of Christ. But unlike Ananias and the high priest Caiaphas which... More > conspired to murder of Yahushua, he and his brother believed that Christ was the son of God. This manuscript reveals in detail the story of Yahushua’s ministry, persecution, crucifixion, and resurrection as witnessed by the apostles and Virgin Mary. It follows up with the story of Pontius Pilate’s martyrdom for allowing the Pharisees to incite him to murder what was obvious even to the Emperor Tiberius and his wife whose son was resurrected by Christ that He was indeed God incarnate. This text will help those that are interested in the passion of Christ to a more elaborate understanding of what occurred surrounding the events of those days.< Less
The Gospel of Gamaliel
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The Gospel of Gamaliel 'Lament of the Virgin,' In the name of the Father, of the Son, and of the Holy Ghost, we will write a discourse composed by Cyriacus, bishop of the town of Bahnasa, on the... More > merits of the pure Virgin our Lady Mary, and her affectionate weeping on the day of the crucifixion of our Lord, when on the day of His holy resurrection she went to the door of the sepulchre of her Son and did not find His body, because He had risen up from the dead. May his blessing be with us.< Less
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Having witnessed the endless string of disasters that shattered his beloved Italy in the late 6th century AD, Pope Saint Gregory the Great set down in the Dialogues a sequence of tales to help his... More > contemporaries escape from their worldly troubles and contemplate eternal life. Peter, Gregory's interlocutor, laments that he has never heard of anyone famous in Italy for virtue. To set him straight, Gregory offers an entire litany of stories of Italian saints--from Honoratus of Funda who pinned a great rock to a mountainside to prevent it from crushing an abbey, to the holy virgin Tarsilla who received a vision of Pope Felix immediately before her death. Several of these stories are well known even to this day, while others, like the story of Florentius and his ill-fated bear, are merely strange and picturesque.< Less
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