A new study of the only known remains of a crucified man paints a different picture of the Roman execution method.
Immigrant bishop standing up for Irish Catholic community in the South had similar experiences in his homeland.
Fr. Andrew White offered thanksgiving liturgy upon arrival in Maryland on feast of the Annunciation.
The name of the popular coffee beverage is a reference to the brown robe and white belt of Capuchin friars.
The Maltese victory over an Ottoman invading expedition in 1565 providentially happened on the Feast of the Blessed Virgin’s Nativity.
An anti-Catholic celebration in the tradition of Guy Fawkes Day followed the Pilgrims to New England.
The illuminated Book of Hours is one of only 14 surviving manuscripts belonging to the Catholic queen before she was executed by order of her cousin, Queen Elizabeth I.
This 16th-century window features a story about St. John the Evangelist and a tiny dragon.
A new book sheds light on some of the most beloved Catholic artifacts of Ireland.
St. Fabiola was responsible for establishing the first hospital in the Western Roman Empire, built in Rome around 400.