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Indian Jesuit school attacked by 500 armed extremists

Catholic officials ask why there have been no arrests made.

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How a small celebration of the patron saint of Naples is now New York’s Largest festival.

The choral piece that earned Mozart a papal honor

Mozart was blessed with such extreme talent that he received honors for pieces he didn't even compose.

The little-known ruins under the Basilica of San Crisogono in Rome

Thousands of years of history lie beneath Rome's buildings, and the churches are no different.

Crown of Thorns makes second appearance since Notre Dame fire

The Crown and other relics saved from Notre Dame are being housed in the Louvre.

Pope Francis holds interfaith prayer with Muslim leaders for victims of 9/11

The new committee was formed by the United Arab Emirates as part of their “Year of Tolerance.”

The church that rose when the towers fell

This story definitely shows how Providence works: Read why the church near the World Trade Center was there at all.

Catholic Relief Services focuses resources to aid the Bahamas

The Red Cross asks all able bodied Americans to donate blood for victims of Hurrican Dorian.

Free video course on St. Thomas Aquinas attracts over 12,000

Weekly lessons promise to make the medieval philosopher much more accessible.

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