From Durham Cathedral to York’s “Bar Convent,” the north part of England is a treasure trove of Catholics sites.
Not all crosses are the same and neither are their meanings.
A spirit of martyrdom was answered by a flowering of Catholicism in Victorian England.
If Aramaic was good enough for Jesus … oh, wait.
Signatures might be important, but they are not essential. Even today.
The images were penned in a time when Christians were harshly persecuted in Japan.
Nearly six years ago, the relic was removed and carried away for unknown reasons.
In a time when beards were out of favor, one order's lay brothers took a stand.
Designed by a missionary carpenter, this unique Catholic church reflects the local Inuit culture.
Items found include a cilice, or penance belt, and relics of slave life.