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Northern European monasteries were the first ones brewing beer, unlike their peers from the south.
Aleteia provides an overview of some recent 21st-century martyrs.
The basilica was built over the Bethlehem cave where the Christ child was born.
Begum Samru ruled over a vast and rich province in northern India in such a manner that even the British East India Company considered her a threat.
In this year's Pontifical Academy award ceremony, the pontiff invokes St. Augustine to remind the faithful of the urgency to look to the Church's Latin roots.
This 18th-century prodigy was an intellectual of staggering brilliance, and a faithful Catholic servant of the poor.
He invented braille reading and writing using the same tool that had cost him his sight.
A poor student as a child, he became a ground-breaking scientist while maintaining his sense of faith.
Leaving behind everything he loved on earth, he "entered something seemingly no longer of it.”
This Irish priest with a love for golf became a vital part of the Rome Escape Line in WWII. Gregory Peck played him in 'The Scarlet and the Black.'