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This Florida museum features paintings by Rubens that celebrate the Eucharist

The Ringling Museum of Art in Sarasota, Florida, is home to five oil paintings created by the Flemish master to honor the Blessed Sacrament.

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.

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.

Have you visited these Catholic pilgrimage sites in the American South?

Most people don't realize that the South is home to some of the oldest and most beautiful Catholic churches and sites in the United States.

11th-Century abbey to return to its spiritual mission instead of being turned into a luxury hotel

A group of Christians recently announced the ambitious plan to resurrect Bassac Abbey in southwestern France.

A pilgrimage to The Alamo and the Catholic missions of San Antonio

Four missions and and a ranch built in the 18th century by Franciscan monks served as a stage for crucial moments in Texan history.

5 Christian sites in the ancient city of Ephesus

St. Paul addressed one of his letters to the Ephesians, and the Apostle John lived there with Mary until her Assumption.

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.

Salamanca: The third oldest university in the world is in Spain

The University of Salamanca was an intellectual capital of Europe during the Renaissance and remains a prestigious institute of higher learning today.

How the ancient practice of stargazing can change you

Looking at the stars has become trendy with travelers, but it goes much deeper than that.

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