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While you may not be able to leave your house, with these virtual tours you can make a spiritual journey along an ancient pilgrimage route.
Get a glimpse of the highest church in America, which was once blessed by Pope St. John Paul II himself.
Whether you call it Shrove Tuesday, Fat Tuesday, Pancake Day, or Mardi Gras, different places celebrate in different ways, but it's always festive!
Carmelite friars in Venice have created a garden that displays the journey of Catholic souls described by Spanish mystic St. Teresa of Avila in 1588.
Most countries honor this feast day, but how they celebrate it varies greatly from place to place.
The promise God made to Abraham, “as the stars in the sky and as the sand on the seashore,” comes to life while traveling around Jordan.
Take a tour of some of New Yorks City's greatest treasures.
There's plenty to see in D.C., so you may as well make a weekend of the trip.
The Greek Orthodox Monastery of the Temptation of Jesus was built in the 4th century.
Make a spiritual getaway to Europe and stay at an ancient monastery or retreat center.