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Bishop Richard J. Malone is one of 18 United States bishops traveling through the Holy Land over the next week and a half. Follow their journey through a series of social media platforms, combined here for easy reading.

 

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"Consider this ... Wisdom from the pope"
52 minutes ago by Daybreak TV Productions

Wisdom from the pope

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Bishops visit St. Justin's Latin Church in Nablus
22 hours ago by Jen Hardy/Catholic Relief Services

Members of the USCCB's 2014 peace pilgrimage to the Holy Land celebrate Mass and meet with parishioners of St. Justin's Latin Church in Nablus. The Christian population in Nablus is small, but parish priest Father Johnny Abu Khalil calls it a "community of hope" and prays for a peaceful resolution to conflict.

The bishops visited Jacob's Well in Nablus, which is located in the crypt of a modern Greek Orthodox church. They offered a prayer for peace at the well and drank water from the well. It is thought to be the place where Jesus met the Samaritan woman.

The USCCB and Catholic Relief Services led a peace pilgrimage with 18 bishops from across the country to the Holy Land from September 11-18, 2014. These bishops will follow in the footsteps of Jesus by 2,000 years, follow in the footsteps of Pope Francis, who visited the Holy Land in June, and follow the devastation of the war in the Holy Land by only days. Their message: Prayer is powerful; peace is possible.

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Bishops meet with Palestinian Prime Minister Rami Hamdallah
2 days ago by Jen Hardy/Catholic Relief Services

Members of the USCCB's 2014 peace pilgrimage to the Holy Land met political leaders from the PLO (Dr. Hanan Ashrawi and Palestinian Prime Minister Rami Hamdallah) and former Israeli President Shimon Peres. The bishops conveyed key messages of peace and heard from the political leaders about steps forward toward peace in the Holy Land.

Meeting with Palestinian Prime Minister Rami Hamdallah.

The USCCB and Catholic Relief Services led a peace pilgrimage with 18 bishops from across the country to the Holy Land from September 11-18, 2014. These bishops will follow in the footsteps of Jesus by 2,000 years, follow in the footsteps of Pope Francis, who visited the Holy Land in June, and follow the devastation of the war in the Holy Land by only days. Their message: Prayer is powerful; peace is possible.

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