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Remembering Fr. Andrea Santoro, Italian missionary martyred in Turkey

Martyr Fr. Santoro felt called to work as a missionary in Turkey where he was killed, Bible in hand.

The day a 1,500-year-old underground Byzantine church was found in Turkey

Unearthed in the central Turkish region of Cappadocia, the unique church contains remarkable frescoes.

You can visit the ruins of 3 of the 7 Churches of Revelation in Turkey

While some have interpreted a symbolic meaning to the Bible passage, what's certain is that these churches did actually exist as buildings.

The famous “Iron Church” is re-opening in Turkey

Erdogan states that the state has to protect the right to freedom of worship for all.

War in Syria: “We cannot see the light at the end of the tunnel”

According to the Apostolic Nuncio in Syria, the Turkish intervention in the country opens a new phase of the war, which is difficult for the Syrian people.

Midnight Mass in Turkey

Photo of the Day: December 24, 2017

Archaeologists believe they’ve discovered Santa Claus’s tomb

A shrine thought to be the tomb of St. Nicholas has been unearthed in Turkey.

1,600-year-old basilica found underwater in what was ancient Nicaea

Archaeologists in Turkey suspect the church may have been built in the year 325, following the First Council of Nicaea.

“Smoking gun” proving Ottoman complicity in Armenian genocide claimed

Turkish historian hopes that acceptance of the truth will lead to peace.

Turkey could see authoritarian rule as Sunday’s referendum is implemented

Erdogan will be able to rule by decree, with less possibility of being checked by parliament, judiciary.

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