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Europe

The secret Catholic chapel in the attic created in Reformation-era Amsterdam

"Our Dear Lord in the Attic" church was built to serve persecuted Catholics.

This once-every-10-years Passion Play in Germany should be on your bucket list

Oberammerguau, a tiny city in Bavaria, has been staging the Passion of Christ every decade for the past 380 years.

Study finds US adults more religious than Western Europeans

Even those who remain unaffiliated show greater faith tendancies than Western European Christians.

Italian bishops accept majority of Eritrean migrants stranded in Sicily

Ireland and Albania are the only countries to offer help to take in refugees.

European drought reveals 15th-century message on river rocks

These "hunger stones" have long been the heralds of a poor harvest.

The French island inhabited exclusively by monks

It’s home to 21 monks who spend their days praying, studying and making wine.

How should the West deal with Muslim countries and immigrants?

In an interview, Fr. Samir Khalil Samir, an Egyptian Jesuit, enlightens us.

The “Sword in the Stone” belonged not to King Arthur, but to an Italian saint

And you can visit it this summer, in a church near Siena.

Migrants drown off Libyan coast

Tragedy takes place in wake of European Union agreement on migration reform

The British Library traces the history of the world’s oldest Latin Bible

The Codex Amiatinus returns to England for an exhibition after 1300 years.

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