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Vatican

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.

Robots are coming: Time to consider the ethical dimensions

Can they care for the elderly as the population ages and caregivers are lacking?

“Sic transit gloria mundi” was once a common warning to new popes

The phrase has its origins in the papal coronation ceremonies.

Vatican celebrates 90th anniversary of accords giving it sovereignty

The Lateran Pacts were signed February 11, 1929, in the Lateran Palace.

How this laywoman founded a Pontifical Mission Society

The idea came to her while playing cards with her friends.

A tour of the Santa Marta chapel where Francis has daily Mass

This small, sacred place is dedicated to the Holy Spirit and is decorated with a triangular motif, in reference to the Trinity.

Exclusive photos: Sneak peek at Vatican’s sandy Nativity scene

This year’s Nativity scene will feature larger than life sand sculptures.

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