A hermit named Pelayo said that he had seen a shower of stars in the forest of Libredón, giving Compostela its name: “campus stellae,” “the field of stars,” in Latin.
Some 450 babies were born at this monastery in the years following the end of the war.
The Chapel of Loretto in Santa Fe, New Mexico, is home to an exceptional work of carpentry
The First Temple was virtually reconstructed following the description found in the First Book of Kings.
A special novena saved the church where Mr. and Mrs. O'Leary were parishioners.
The Acta Thomae, a document principally concerning the saint’s life, takes this story of faith forward.
The church was at one time the heart of a thriving Armenian Christian community.
Unearthed in the central Turkish region of Cappadocia, the unique church contains remarkable frescoes.
For 800 years, the Holy Land Franciscans have been entrusted with a sacred duty: guardianship of the most precious sites of the Christian faith.
St. Winefride’s Well has been known for its healing waters since medieval times.