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Some were wary, but Pius IX had no qualms with his picture being taken.
There was a third tonsure, which disappeared during the Middle Ages.
If Aramaic was good enough for Jesus … oh, wait.
Bethlehem's Church of the Nativity is opening once again after a five-year restoration
Inscriptions and art found in these ancient burial places shed light on how the first Christians lived their faith.
These architectural icons, built in the Spanish Romanesque style, are scattered along the Way of St. James, also known as the "Camino de Santiago."
They sometimes had to fight -- literally -- for truth, justice and honor.
The tradition of swinging the gigantic thurible comes from the 11th century.
The ancient pagan temple turned church is remarkably well preserved -- it boasts the oldest unsupported concrete dome in the world.
A new website gets at the heart of the teachings of Christianity's earliest preachers and teachers.