What Happened to the “True Cross” That Christ Was Crucified On?

In the past two millennia the True Cross has been hidden and rediscovered many times; broken apart and dispersed in many pieces on a journey across the world. What remains of the True Cross, and where is it located today?

Are These The Actual Footprints of Jesus Christ?

The most well known of relics of Jesus include the Shroud of Turin, the True Cross, and the Holy Robe. However, one obscure and little-known relic you might not have heard of is purported to have the actual footprints of Jesus.

What Did Jesus Eat? 10 Foods Mentioned in the Bible

🍇🥚 Discover the biblical foods that nourished Jesus during His time on Earth! 📖🥖

The First Airborne Catholic Mass Was Said On The Hindenburg. (Yes,...

Just one year prior to the airship's untimely demise in the Hindenburg disaster, it made its maiden voyage across the Atlantic. On board was one Catholic priest, ready to do something no priest has done before.

The Catholic Patron Saint of Countries

As Catholics, we ask for the intercession of patron saints in Heaven to pray for us on our behalf. Do you know the patron saint to pray to for your country?

Did Pontius Pilate Exist? Evidence with a Name Set in Stone

Pontius Pilate, the larger-than-life character, the Roman prefect ruling over Judea who found Christ guilty of no crimes but allowed Him to be carried to His death regardless. Besides Gospel accounts in the New Testament, what evidence do we have for his existence?

Did You Know? The Reason Why Chief Sitting Bull Wore a...

Most everyone in grade school learns the history of his involvement with resistance against the government, his time spent with Buffalo Bill, and his unfortunate death. What most people don't know about Chief Sitting Bull, however, is that Sitting Bull wore a crucifix. Here's why...

Did You Know? The Oldest Country in the World Was Founded...

A testament to the Faith and Word of God is seen in the enduring and everlasting strength of the Church. While the oldest institution today is the Catholic Church, could you believe that the oldest surviving country today was also founded by a Catholic Saint almost 1,700 years ago?

Did You Know? These Popes Use to Drink Cocaine-Infused Wine

In 1863, a new cocaine-infused wine claiming to heal whatever ailed you and provide the energy boost needed to get through a day's honest work was invented and took the United States and Europe by storm. Among the elixirs biggest fans were Thomas Edison, Ulysses S. Grant, Queen Victoria, and yes - even the Pope.

The 12 Apostles: The Meaning Behind Their Names, How They Died,...

Following Christ's Ascension, the twelve apostles followed the Great Commission and became the primary teachers of the Gospel. But have you ever wondered what exactly happened to them? Here's the meaning behind each of the Twelve Apostles names, how they died, and where their remains can be found today.