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Path of the Messiah

This EWTN original documentary follows Raymond Arroyo and Jeff Cavins as they travel to the Holy Land, retracing the footsteps of Our Lord from His birth to His resurrection. They'll explore Bethlehem, sail on the windy Sea of Galilee, and make their way through Jerusalem's bustling marketplaces to the awesome stillness of Gethsemane's Garden.

Raymond and Jeff share their pilgrim experiences with such feeling that we capture the beauty and drama of Christ's mission as never before.

Time: 2 hrs 30 mins | Production Year: 2001

Order from EWTN Religious Catalog.

Reader Comments (6)

i would like to know if the dvd of the path of the messiah by raymond arroyo and jeff cavins...available in st.paul's, bombay, india...as i am interested to buy....

February 8, 2010 | Unregistered Commentersheela

mr. jeff, is it possible to start EWTN channel in INDIA very soon, as we dont get this channel at all and no one knows about this channel in our country....

February 8, 2010 | Unregistered Commentersheela

Hello Sheela--
Nice to hear from you. I am sure that EWTN is doing what it can to get into India. It may be good to contact EWTN directly to tell them your concern. Their email is: viewer@ewtn.com

God Bless--

February 22, 2010 | Registered CommenterJeff Cavins

Jeff, in the "the path of the Messiah" what exact bible were you reading from. It looked like old leather from the RL allan co.
but if possible could you give me the ibsn #.
thanks so much...

April 1, 2010 | Unregistered Commenterrich ricci

Our group (Lutheran and Greek Orthodox) made this wonderful trip in 2009. This has been a fabulous review and I love having the Scripture with the scenery. It's like being there again. I'm watching it on Christmas Eve. What a blessing. Thank you!

December 24, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterNorma

Avid EWTN grateful watcher for many years...and the Path of the Messiah was excellent...however, when they said that Jesus was laid on the slab for 2 days after he was taken down from the cross, and before he was anointed with the 100lbs of spices, it was confusing. Wasn't he in the tomb for 3 days and 2 nights before he rose as we have learned?

April 4, 2015 | Unregistered CommenterSandra Morgan

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