Ahead of World Youth Day 2016 in Krakow, Poland, a video a dancing Polish nuns has gone viral. Nuns from the same order as Saint Faustina Kowalska can be seen setting up an image of The Divine Mercy of Jesus on a beach and performing a joyful, coordinated dance around it.
The first edible olive tree was cultivated during the Bronze Age, and has become a cultural and agricultural centerpiece since. During His Agony in the Garden, Jesus came to an olive garden to pray. Could these olive trees that sheltered our Lord still be standing today?
Rievaulx Abbey was once one of the most important Catholic abbeys in England before it was destroyed on the orders of Henry VIII and Thomas Cromwell in 1538.
For 53 years, "Don" Justo Gallego has been building a cathedral by hand out of garbage and recycled material.
The Catholic Church is home to some of the world's greatest architectural achievements ever produced. Naturally, there have been some more eccentric designs over time. No church is more unique than the Sedlec Ossuary, a church made with the bones of 70,000 skeletons.
If you’ve ever been to the Vatican, or even looked through books of sacred art, you’ll notice that there is quite a bit of nudity. But that hasn’t always been the case.
Satan hates the Blessed Virgin Mary. In fact, he has been doing everything in his power to discourage devotion to her and instill hatred for her for two millennia.
These maps give an insight into the religious lives of the inhabitants of Europe. Where are the adherents of different religions located? Which countries are more religious, and which ones are more secular?
What happens after we die? How we understand the event called death and what follows after it is extremely important for how we live our lives here and now.
It seems that the “dysfunctional family” is the “normal family”. Here's how it can be reversed and replaced by good, holy family structures.