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Vatican

The Vatican won’t participate in Nairobi summit focusing on “reproductive rights”

Several African bishops had warned that the meeting would be “against life.”

How the Catholic Church helped create postal services

For one thing, the earliest "post" men were, in fact, the Apostles.

The British return a statue of the Virgin Mary to the Falklands

The statue is to return to be put on public display for veneration, 37 years after it was removed during the Falklands War.

Pope puts a stop to confusion over Vatican Secret Archives

Citing changes to the understanding of the word 'secretum,' he changes name

Virtual tours make it easier than ever to see all the Vatican has to offer

Take a trip to the Vatican without ever leaving your chair!

Shhh! This part of the Vatican contains the “Secret” Archives

The Church's repository of documents is a treasure trove of history.

Beauty and strength: The swearing-in of the Swiss Guards is something to behold

23 Young men pledge their readiness to give their lives in defense of the Bishop of Rome

Does this Italian hilltop shrine have the true relic of Veronica’s veil?

Expert claims the Veil at Manoppello matches perfectly with the image on the Shroud of Turin.

This spring plan a visit to the Vatican Gardens

Not many people know that half of the Vatican State is made of gardens.

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