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Rome

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.

Rome combines archaeology and technology for a digital glimpse of the past

Digital projection shows exhibit the long and storied history of the Eternal City.

The Holy Stairs that Jesus climbed to reopen in April

For at least 40 days the worn stairs will remain uncovered, allowing pilgrims to touch and climb the ancient marble steps.

When in Rome: These convents and monasteries offer unique (and affordable) lodging

Many religious orders offer rooms to tourists in their beautiful centuries-old buildings, located within walking distance of the sites of Rome.

Notre Dame is offering a free online class on Roman architecture

The Eternal City has a voice. This class will help you hear it.

This church holds the relics that St. Helena brought back from the Holy Land

A treasure trove of relics have been carefully preserved in Rome's Basilica of the Holy Cross in Jerusalem ever since Emperor Constantine's mother returned from her 4th-century pilgrimage.

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