One of the oldest traditions is that St. Luke painted this fresco during his sojourn in Malta, way back in AD 60.
The Index of Medieval Art is a vast collection and a rich resource.
It took two fires, two restorations, and half a millennium for this masterpiece to go on full display.
The 14th-century remains of the place of worship were found on St. Catherine's Hill, also know as Drakehull or "The Hill of the Dragon."
Sister Plautilla Nelli's paintings were so popular in the 16th-century that just about every villa in Florence featured her enormous works.
Two young friars are bringing Catholic music education to a computer near you.
The rare find was released to modern-day Dominicans for interment and a memorial service.
The loan from the Vatican comes to honor the 850th anniversary of his martyrdom.
The manuscripts that make up the canon of this kind of liturgical chant are all subsequent to the Arab invasion of the Iberian Peninsula.
York Minster's Great East Window is made up of 311 panels depicting passages from the Bible and historical Church figures.