Saint Peter in Gallicantu

  Just outside the walls of Old Jerusalem is the site believed to be where Peter denied Jesus three times.  The Latin word, "Gallicantu" means "cock's crow".  The site is also believed to be the palace of the high priest, Calaphas. The church ceiling on this site is remarkable. Below the church are crypts and grottos … Continue reading Saint Peter in Gallicantu

Temple Mount

Biblical scholars and archaeologists agree that Temple Mount is the site of biblical King David's repentance offering to the the Lord and where King Solomon, King David's son, built "God's House", known as the First Temple (approx. 1,000 BC). Scholars and archaeologists also agree that King Herod the Great built the Second Temple on the same site. … Continue reading Temple Mount