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Beards have a long story in the Bible, canon law and tradition. It’s a love-hate relationship, it seems.
The Greek translation of the Old Testament has a unique history and was highly favored by early Christians.
Built between 1610 and 1628, the church still offers Masses on Sundays.
It's also the second richest library on Earth, due to the number and value of its books.
A matter of translation ended up weaving a unique Christian iconographic tradition.
And it’s an anonymous treatise the Church Fathers held in the highest esteem.
Coffee was considered “the Devil’s Drink” until Clement VIII tried it.
The university system as we know it developed in Europe around what were then called “cathedral schools.”
Also known as the “status quo ladder,” it is shared among six churches.
The word “Christian” is only used three times in the New Testament.