March 28, 1999


March 28, 1999

Marytown a Eucharistic Town

February 28, 1999

She Gave More Than Her Millions

February 21, 1999

The New Location Will Be a Dream Come True

February 21, 1999

Marian Museum is Fatima-Bound

Devoted founder of a Brooklyn facility has a rendezvous in Portugal

February 14, 1999

In the Heart of the Metropolis

After two centuries, New York's first parish still draws the faithful

January 31, 1999

Sea of Sanctuaries in a Polish Forest

17th-century shrine and pilgrimage site boasts dozens of chapels

January 10, 1999

Orthodox and Catholic, Sister Churches

January 10, 1999

Riches Atop a Holy Mountain

January 3, 1999

Notre Dame de Paris to Be Restored for Grand Jubilee

January 3, 1999

Miraculous Portrait In a Lithuanian Chapel

What attracts 500,000 pilgrims a year to the humble sanctuary of Our Lady of the Dawn?

December 27, 1998

Help for Christians Along the Scenic Hudson

December 12, 1998

Presepi, Prayers, and Panettone

For Italians, Christmas is a super feast of faith and good food

December 6, 1998

Ohio’s Cathedral of Exquisite Surprises

At the world's only Plateresque cathedral, a feast for the eyes and heart

November 15, 1998

‘The More You Honor Me, The More I Will Bless You’

The much loved Holy Infant Child of Prague has been true to his word

November 8, 1998

Turkey’s Surprising Christian Treasures

The House of the Virgin Mary is only one of many fascinating draws for pilgrims

November 1, 1998

In the Footsteps of St. James

October 11, 1998

Sweet Sounds of Heaven on Earth

The monks of Santo Domingo de Silos in central Spain bring the Church's age-old music to the masses

October 4, 1998

Inside and Out Avila’s Famous Walls

The Spanish city of St. Teresa of Jesus invites pilgrims to step back into medieval times

September 20, 1998

The Making of an Unlikely Saint

More than a million pilgrims a year visit Southern Italy's shrine to St. Gerard Majella, a humble and beloved miracle worker

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