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The 1500-year-old Byzantine pool might have been built in the place Philip baptized the Ethiopian eunuch mentioned in Acts 8.
Northern European monasteries were the first ones brewing beer, unlike their peers from the south.
Yep, Latin, at least that's what the head of the Pontifical Academy dedicated to this ancient (dead) language is claiming. His reasons are interesting.
“Such things were done, to Catholics, for such reasons, in such a way.” Note: SPOILERS AHEAD
This father-daughter team chose Church History, and the objects that tell its story are as random as they are fascinating.
Pope Sixtus III was inspired to celebrate Midnight Mass on Christmas Eve after hearing about what she had seen.
Exceptional mosaic work reveals the building had a special importance among early Christians
Chinese intellectuals were eager to hear from the priest-missionaries who came their way.
Mosaics in the dirt led researchers to find an ancient Roman gymnasium.
Mother Xavier Ross' whole life and legacy is a fine response to that question.