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The monastery of the Franciscan missionaries serving the Holy Land was abruptly shut down in 1968 after the outbreak of war between Israel and Palestine.
Visit the city's oldest churches and shrines and explore its rich Catholic history.
About a third of the Successors to Peter have been formally raised to the altars.
The illuminated volume disappeared when Henry VIII broke up the Benedictine community there.
The 15th-century complex where 'The English Patient' was filmed is a now a diocese-run agriturismo.
Demographic shifts led to the opening of a new church, with sacred art designed to resonate with the African-American Catholics who make up the parish.
The desire to break free from colonial design sparkled some unique architectural structures.
Hopefully John Paul I's short reign will be the last of the "mini-pontificates."
The Big Easy remembers its Catholic history.
Built of thick timber logs and measuring up to 220-feet in height, the churches look like they were straight out of a Tolkien saga.