In our final reflection on Rome, we look at how pilgrimages are a wonderful opportunity to delve deeper into the mysteries of existence.
A beautiful Mass and the English College, following by visiting Nettuno and the shrine of Saint Maria Goretti, we’ve had another great day on our Italian pilgrimage.
On our first full day in Rome, we were blessed with visits to one of the most historic art collections in the world, as well as some truly beautiful gardens.
We scrutinise the often-claimed idea that the bunny is a pagan symbol co-opted by Christianity.
A common question people have in the Church is about the process of becoming a saint. We outline the process here – and explain why the saints are great people to learn about.
We take a look at the claim that Jesus is just a copycat of the Ancient Egyptian god Horus.
Good Friday is the account of the trial, conviction, torture and death by crucifixion of Jesus Christ, who was charged for violating Jewish blasphemy laws.
We look into the spiritual, historical and biblical reasons for why Catholics fast, but also why fish is allowed.
Rebekah discusses all about this important aspect of the Catholic prayer life.
James expresses his sentiments towards his faith in poetry.