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Rome

Why does Rome have over 900 churches?

We've talked of the beauty of Rome's numerous churches, but why do they need so many?

Santa Sabina: The oldest extant basilica in Rome

Visiting this important early Christian site is like taking a step backward through time.

11 of the most exquisite fountains in Rome

The Eternal city has more than 2,000 fountains, many of them still in use.

The little-known ruins under the Basilica of San Crisogono in Rome

Thousands of years of history lie beneath Rome's buildings, and the churches are no different.

This Jesuit-built Church in Rome was the first to glorify the Eucharist

After the Reformation, Christ incarnate was to be proclaimed as boldly as possible.

The Holy Stairs climbed by Christ reopen with the ancient marble uncovered

Aleteia has exclusive photos of the bare marble, exposed for the first time in nearly 300 years.

This spring plan a visit to the Vatican Gardens

Not many people know that half of the Vatican State is made of gardens.

Take this free online course on Rome’s Arch of Titus, which commemorated Rome’s occupation of the Holy Land

The menorah carved into the marble actually served as the model for the emblem of the State of Israel.

A guide to Holy Week in Rome

What to expect if you are headed to the Vatican this Easter, or if you plan to watch the festivities from home.

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