Tag: Rome

Underground Turkish city may have housed persecuted Christians 2000 years ago

Researchers say only 3% of the site has been excavated, so it’s still unknown how large the entire city may span. 

Priest and parishioners attacked by a homeless woman in Rome

Don Guido Panella forgave the woman but was quite shocked by the incident.

A priest was attacked in Rome, along with his parish people

A homeless woman attacked Don Guido Panella, the priest at the Basilica of the Sacred Heart in Marsala and his parish people.

Police enter Italian church to question adorers about mask mandate

The parish priest told the officer to leave and to at least take off his hat in the presence of the Blessed Sacrament.

Pope Francis received threatening letter containing bullets

The letter containing three bullets was discovered by postal employees at a mail sorting facility near Milan on the 9th of August.

Advocate for ACN: "We have a lot to learn this Lent from persecuted Christians"

“The example of those who would rather die than renounce their faith is unforgettable and very hard to comprehend,” Szymanski said

Pope Francis criticises abortion in his new book and gets ignored by the media

Every time Pope Francis brings up the topic of abortion he is ignored by the mainstream media.

Vatican museums will open to the public on the 1st of June

The Vatican museums and gardens have been closed for three months.