Jesus had a hard time with Chorazin, and so did we. For
Jesus, Chorazin was a city that refused to repent even after he had performed
"mighty works" in its people's midst. For our group of pilgrims, Chorazin was a ruin that was
hard to interpret. None of its buildings appeared to be from the first century,
and the architecture of the synagogue suggested that it was not original to the
site. Bethsaida and Capernaum were equally difficult. Bethsaida, the
hometown of Sts. Philip and Andrew, had...