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Starting in the south east of the city, they are producing a detailed map of the quarries that will be used to assess areas of Rome that are most at risk The narrow tunnel-like quarries were dug by the Romans so they could use volcanic rock to build the city but the channels have since been widened While tourists might be preoccupied with snapping ... (more)
Rome, Italy, Dec 3, 2013 / 12:19 pm - Archbishop Gerhard Mueller, prefect of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, told EWTN News in a recent interview that the teachings of Benedict XVI and Pope Francis on priesthood are "linked."
The Devil's Brigade, also known as the First Special Service Force , was a joint US/Canadian force formed during the Second World War in response to the need for a specially-trained unit capable of unique or "special" operations.
The Most Rev. Paul G. Bootkoski, bishop of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Metuchen, is calling for the more than 650,000 Catholics of the four-county diocese to complete and submit a brief online survey focused on pastoral challenges faced by families today.
Since 1881, an ancient Egyptian monument-the obelisk of Pharaoh Thutmose III, popularly known as "Cleopatra's Needle"-has stood in New York's Central Park, a gift to the City of New York from the khedives of Egypt.
Director General of the UN Food and Agricultural Organization Jose Graziano da Silva delivers a speech during the reception of the 40th anniversary of cooperation between China and FAO in FAO's headquarter in Rome, Italy, on December 2,2013.
When it comes to living well, Italians know how to do it better than most. From food, to fashion, to cultural attractions, it seems they have it all.
Julie Hamman of North Olmsted took this photo of a foreboding sky over the Colosseum during a summer trip to Rome.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu speaks at the Great Synagogue in Rome, Italy on December 1, 2013 Israel will not stand silent as its security is compromised and will take action to dispel any threat leveled against the state, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Sunday.
A big, grassy park edges Bath's Royal Crescent, a long, graceful arc of fine Georgian homes where the upper crust lives.
CHEAP CLASSIC: A marvel of Roman engineering, the Pantheon is a 2000-year old temple-church capped by the world's largest unreinforced concrete dome ... and free to visit.