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Our route took us across hilly pastures of tawny grass and olive groves to the handsome city of Cana, where we spent the first night. A thick stone jar 5 feet tall reminded us of Jesus’ first miracle: turning water into wine at a wedding feast. It’s prominently displayed in the “Franciscan wedding church.”  Not surprisingly, a wedding was going on at the time of our visit. STEWART HERMAN/FORUM NEWS SERVICE

Hiking the Jesus Trail

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By: Stewart Herman | Forum News Service

We climbed the narrow streets of Jesus’ boyhood home in Nazareth and looked out from a steep ridge. Did he really walk here?

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