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As Augustine wrote, "He who sings prays twice."
The Hôtel-Dieu de Paris is the oldest hospital in Paris and the longest operating in the world.
The monolith is traditionally referred to as “the Pillar of Life,” making it a symbol of the Cross.
It's also the second richest library on Earth, due to the number and value of its books.
A matter of translation ended up weaving a unique Christian iconographic tradition.
It is from the year 250, and is written in Greek.
And it’s an anonymous treatise the Church Fathers held in the highest esteem.
Coffee was considered “the Devil’s Drink” until Clement VIII tried it.
The university system as we know it developed in Europe around what were then called “cathedral schools.”
Excavating the remains of the city of Gath, archaeologists have found even older unusually large buildings and fortifications.