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A big change is coming to the Star’s comics lineup.
The Treasure of San Gennaro, one of the most important and valuable collections of religious art, has travelled outside its native Naples for the first time, giving Rome a glimpse of the centuries-long devotion to the 3rd century martyr.
The Rome Foundation Museum exhibit, which opened Wedn…
VATICAN CITY — Pope Francis has warned that the Catholic Church's moral structure might "fall like a house of cards" if it doesn't balance its divisive rules about abortion, gays and contraception with the greater need to make it a merciful, more welcoming place for all.
Chariots powered by runners take to the field during Rome Day, an annual event at St. Gregory.
Seventh-grade student Addison Mort wheels under low-lying bungee cords in the obstacle course.
Middle school students at St. Gregory College Preparatory School celebrated Rome Day on April 19 with chariot races, Olympic-style games, ode writing, prophecy making and ancient crafts.
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Father Jose Funes, a Jesuit, knows Francis.
The newly elected pontiff is from an area of the world with a flourishing Catholicism that will be relatable to many Southern Arizonans, local Catholic leaders said Wednesday.
Gabriel Ayala, a Tucson resident and Native American Artist of the Year, will be in Rome this weekend when the Vatican elevates a 17th-century indigenous American woman to sainthood.
Country singer Billy Currington kicks things off.