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Gospel

Free online course explores relationship between superheroes and adventure and Christian discipleship

Daniel Keating, professor of theology at Sacred Heart Seminary, offers an insight that may aid Advent reflection.

For Christmas, a very personal reading of St. John’s Gospel, on stage at the Sheen Center

The one-man play evolved out of a difficult time in the life of Broadway actor Ken Jennings.

Millennial priest brings the Gospel to the people, one Instagram post at a time

The popular Instagram channel may soon expand to television, as several stations have expressed interest in this charismatic priest.

Nun-painted “Last Supper” masterpiece placed on display after half a millennium

Paulita Nelli's prized work of art now hangs alongside paintings from some of the most renowned Italian artists.

Florida parish takes to the streets to help residents find a better day, and a step toward God

2 x 2 and door to door ... you can't help but be reminded of the first disciples when you hear about this

Ox, eagle, lion, man: Why and how are the Evangelists associated with these creatures?

An ancient and often unknown tradition underpins these traditional Christian motifs.

John Paul II said this was the most beautiful homily he ever saw

It confirmed for him that the Kingdom of God belongs to children.

The life of Christ to be topic of new History Channel miniseries

The script was written with the help of faith leaders and biblical scholars.

How many times has the Bible been translated?

If Aramaic was good enough for Jesus … oh, wait.

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