The popular chocolate and hazelnut treats were named after the Rocher de Massabielle, the site of the Marian apparition in Lourdes.
One of the most remarkable sculptures in the world is also the stuff of legend.
The Tin Man, the Scarecrow, and the Lion can help illustrate three 21st century spiritual maladies that Pope Francis identifies in his Joy of the Gospel.
One of the oldest traditions is that St. Luke painted this fresco during his sojourn in Malta, way back in AD 60.
Post-lockdown period brings new concern to artistic patrimony in churches and museums.
The British Museum provides a delightful vacation itinerary in ancient Nineveh.
Painted in 1497, it is held in the Monastery-Museum of Saint Cyril on the White Lake, in northern Russia.
A Meditation on the Gospel of the 5th Sunday of Lent.
Marc-Antoine Charpentier was one of the most prolific, versatile, and inspiring French composers of the Baroque.
Palmyra and other sites reconstructed for Smithsonian visitors in virtual walk-through.