After Constantine legalized Christianity, followers of the Crucified One were able to more overtly display the instrument of salvation.
The Maltese victory over an Ottoman invading expedition in 1565 providentially happened on the Feast of the Blessed Virgin’s Nativity.
Pope Innocent III declared in 1215 that there should be at least one piece of Limoges enamel in every church in Europe.
They were at odds in their approach, but isn't it "more useful" to look at commonalities?
"Plague crosses," offered as symbols of gratitude for God’s help during the pandemic, mark the spots where the outdoor altars once stood.
Their website will have thousands of chants before summer, with an app planned for the Fall.
When the plague hit the Italian town of Este in 1630, its citizens prayed St. Thecla for help
Some of these early Christians actually knew the Apostles.
A faithful, educational way to spend your time in isolation.
It's difficult to find a precedent for the current suspension of public Masses, but St. Louis experienced this in 1918.