religion
Quizzes
Which Country has More Protestants (P) or Catholics (C)?
Fun
10 Things You May Not Know About the Easter Bunny
Whether you attend a church service, decorate eggs, or devour Peeps, no Easter celebration is complete without a visit from the Easter Bunny.... READ ON
Travel
12 of the World's Most Impressive Easter Services
From sunrise services in the States to the papal address in Rome, these services all inspire awe.... READ ON
Art
15 Facts About The Last Supper
Little-known details about one of the most admired, and most reproduced, paintings in the world.... READ ON
Travel
These 300-Year-Old Russian Churches Were Built Without Nails
Carpenters of the era only used wooden logs with interlocking corners.... READ ON
History
Tomb of Jesus Reopens Following a $4 Million Restoration Project
The shrine hadn’t been restored since 1810, after nearly being destroyed by a fire.... READ ON
Animals
Saint Gertrude of Nivelles: The Patron Saint of Cats (More or Less)
Patrick isn't the only saint celebrated on March 17.... READ ON
News
Nike Has Designed a 'Pro Hijab' for Muslim Athletes
The head scarf will go on sale early next year.... READ ON
Weird
There's a Wire Above Manhattan That You've Probably Never Noticed
It's 18 miles long.... READ ON
News
There Are Now Only Two Living Members of the Shaker Faith
One of the group's three remaining worshippers, Sister Frances Carr, 89, died Monday.... READ ON
List
11 Festive Facts About Hanukkah
Don't worry about spelling it wrong.... READ ON
Stones, Bones & Wrecks
9 Archaeological Sites of Biblical Importance
Archaeology might raise more questions about the bible than it answers, but that doesn’t stop millions of religious tourists from flocking to the Holy Land every year to walk in the footsteps of figures like Jesus and Moses.... READ ON
Retrobituaries
Polymath, Mystic, and Saint Hildegard von Bingen
She was a smasher of stained-glass ceilings.... READ ON
History
St. Nick's Real Hometown Is an Ancient City in Turkey Entombed in Mud
Welcome to Myra, where a Greek bishop became a power player in early Christianity.... READ ON
Art
See 500-Year-Old Miniature Boxwood Carvings in Toronto
Some of these tiny, intricate religious scenes have never been on display in North America before.... READ ON
Politics
The Legal Reason Why Public Christmas Displays Often Feature At Least One Reindeer
When government buildings start celebrating the winter holidays, things can get complicated.... READ ON

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