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From Europe and Russia to the Americas, there are plenty of examples of colorful Catholic churches.
The incredibly detailed bead was probably carved with the use of a magnifying glass.
A mere 500 years ago, Catholics were hiding their faith on both sides of the planet. Persecution was rampant in Japan and in England.
St. Francis of Assisi was praying before the Byzantine-style crucifix when he received a commission from God to rebuild the Church.
St. Mary of the Angels recreates the mystical experience of traditional churches through organic modern design.
Four missions and and a ranch built in the 18th century by Franciscan monks served as a stage for crucial moments in Texan history.
Churches did not always have seating. How it has evolved says a lot about how we've practiced Christianity.
The Bible devotes relatively few passages to the devil, never describing his looks.
St. Paul addressed one of his letters to the Ephesians, and the Apostle John lived there with Mary until her Assumption.
These angels must have been awe-inspiring for people in the Middle Ages, whose experience of color was limited to shades of brown and beige.