In an increasingly secular world that eschews the spiritual for the material, how can we lead a holy life? The Angelic Doctor has a prayer just for that.
Archaeologists confirmed a victory tale of the First Crusade, when Christians retaking Jerusalem filled in a defensive ditch with stones to retake the city.
Lead architects give a tour of the rebuilding work and discuss the challenges they face in restoring the Parisian cathedral following April's devastating fire
In 1927, Father Georges Lemaître first proposed the idea of an expanding universe starting with a "big bang," since accepted by many popes.
An iconic sight of Rome: the sampietrini cobblestone roads. The unique pavement began in the 16th century when the Pope was nearly thrown from his carriage.
The Holy Lance is a lesser known relic of Jesus Christ every Catholic should be familiar with, used to pierce His side while on the Cross by Saint Longinus.
The Holy Sponge isa lesser known relic associated with Jesus Christ that every Catholic should be familiar with, given to Him to drink from on the Cross.
A Catholic by any other name would be just as pious: early followers of Jesus were known as of the Sect of the Nazarenes, followers of the Way, and Sheep.
Since Church-time immemorial we have sung "psalms and hymns and spiritual songs," the oldest of which is known as the Phos Hilaron: the lamp-lighting hymn.
Is sign language permitted for the Liturgy, and is Mass celebrated in sign language valid if a priest doesn't vocalize the Words of Consecration?