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Church History

The bi-locating nun who may have evangelized America

The Vatican is currently investigating the many stories surrounding the legendary "Lady in Blue."

The Chinese emperor’s Catholic poetry

Emperor Kangxi was China's longest-reigning monarch and a tolerant scholar friendly to Christianity.

The 15 oldest Catholic churches in America

People still worship in these beautiful sanctuaries today.

In the revised history of Europe, “Religion does not exist…”

The "spiritual patrimony" that helped form and sustain Europe is being officially erased from her memory at the new "House of European History".

The Bible doesn’t fit in a museum …

... but in Washington they somehow managed to do it.

Museum of the Bible puts unprecedented spotlight on source of Judeo-Christian civilization

Five exhibit floors will house no fewer than 40,000 biblical and religious artifacts.

Ancient faces of faith: Rare Syrian treasures on exhibit

An exhibition at Aquileia unveils artistic and cultural treasures.

Vatican mystery solved: An old photo identifies 4 nuns who cataloged half a million stars

These "lady computers" spent over a decade completing one of the greatest astronomy projects of the 20th century.

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