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Wales makes more than 200 historical sites open for free visits during weekends in September.
Bishop John Arnold is using the 16th-century Wardley Hall to launch his Laudato Si' response.
As a result of one of the largest green energy contracts in the UK, nearly 5,000 facilities will move away from fossil fuels.
Christians of the Renaissance would use the holiday for a trip to their "mother church."
The body can benefit from time in a natural environment.
London commemorated the centennial of the end of World War I with 10,000 flames.
Mother resisted pressure to abort; her daughter has thrived.
William, Kate, and Harry are putting their "Heads Together" to draw attention to the everyday mental struggles people bear.
New technology and know-how suggests that the builders of Stonehenge were Welsh.
Leicestershire Abbey will be the first to officially brew Trappist beers in the United Kingdom.