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A short guide on how to recognize famous saints by their attributes

“Wait … is that St. Scholastica or St. Adalsinda?”

Catholic Church takes the lead on UK foster home shortage

It is estimated that England is in need of 8,600 foster families.

The British return a statue of the Virgin Mary to the Falklands

The statue is to return to be put on public display for veneration, 37 years after it was removed during the Falklands War.

Millennial priest brings the Gospel to the people, one Instagram post at a time

The popular Instagram channel may soon expand to television, as several stations have expressed interest in this charismatic priest.

Iceland’s Catholic population is on the rise

Iceland's progressive culture is contrasted by its Catholic growth.

Nun-painted “Last Supper” masterpiece placed on display after half a millennium

Paulita Nelli's prized work of art now hangs alongside paintings from some of the most renowned Italian artists.

Priests break ground on the largest Catholic church in North America

St. Charles Borromeo will be larger than St. Patrick's Cathedral and the Baltimore basilica.

The Catholic Church in the Philippines is giving away free rosaries to children

The giveaway is part of the worldwide event,"One Million Children Praying the Rosary."

Why does Rome have over 900 churches?

We've talked of the beauty of Rome's numerous churches, but why do they need so many?

Santa Sabina: The oldest extant basilica in Rome

Visiting this important early Christian site is like taking a step backward through time.

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