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Does this Italian hilltop shrine have the true relic of Veronica’s veil?

Expert claims the Veil at Manoppello matches perfectly with the image on the Shroud of Turin.

Italy announces “Museum Week,” offering free access to many attractions

Now is the time to book a last-minute trip to Italy.

Matera: The southern Italian city where residents live in prehistoric caves

Because of its resemblance to Bethlehem, this World Heritage Site has been featured in movies about the life of Christ.

These friars had masterpieces by Fra Angelico painted in their cells

The early-Renaissance painter was also the prior of Florence’s Convent of San Marco.

Spend your summer in an ancient Italian village … and get paid!

Some volunteer work is a small price to pay for a summer in paradise.

These relics of Jesus’ crown of thorns can be found in Italy

Here's where you can find Holy Thorns, relics from Christ's Passion.

The beloved Italian tradition of “La Befana”

She regrets not following the Magi to see the Christ Child and continues to leave little gifts in every home she visits.

How nuns started Sicily’s renowned pastry culture

Many of the island's most famous desserts were conceived by cloistered nuns.

Italy plans to reward three-child families with free land

The Italian peninsula has the lowest birth rate in Europe.

Two Rangers at the Vincentian Festival

Two of the stars of the popular TV series "Walker, Texas Ranger" are present at "Finding Vince 400": Clarence Gilyard and Sheree Wilson

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