At just 10 years old, Saint Jadwiga was the only woman ever to be crowned King of Poland - not Queen!
This church in northwest Normandy has a peculiarly placed effigy of a paratrooper in stone on it's steeple... do you know why?
Soil from this priest's grave in Boho, Northern Island is said to heal you of minor maladies if you keep it under your pillow and return it in four days.
Ice cores from Mount Kilimanjaro and a 3600 year old canal still open today give evidence to the historicity of Joseph in Genesis.
In a time when we pray to understand the role of the coronavirus pandemic in God's Plan, turn to Pope Clement XI's 'Prayer for All Things Necessary.'
The Vatican Museums unveiled their restoration of Raphael's paintings in the Hall of Constantine, the High Renaissance artist's last work before his death.
Learn the history behind the tau cross & staurogram, two ancient symbols from the very earliest days of the Church.
In 1075, Pope Saint Gregory VII promulgated the 'Dictatus Papae' - 27 rights and powers reserved only for the pope himself.
In his series on the Eastern Catholic Church, 'canonical convert' Phillip Rolfes tells how leftovers can be ascetical, with wisdom from the Desert Fathers.
In the Middle Ages, ascetic women would practice 'anorexia mirabilis' - many going on to become saints.