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New Liturgical Movement: A 12th-Century Coptic Gospel Book (Part 1)

Here is another beautiful manuscript which I stumbled across on one of my favorite websites for liturgical books, that of

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New Liturgical Movement: When We Love, We Want to Know Names and Faces

What a man who has brain damage has taught me about love; and what it reveals about the 9th-century theology

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Wow! Medieval Cathedrals Used to Be Full of Brilliant Colors –

For being the “dark ages,” medieval Europeans were sure able to produce some of the world’s most beautiful and intricate buildings

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“We’re made for beauty”: Writer’s Chat with Dr. Joseph Pearce: Part 3 – YouTube

Inside the Vatican Writer’s Chat with Dr. Joseph Pearce. Dr. Pearce joins us for a Writer’s Chat about how we

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Brazil battles time and sea air in effort to save historic churches | Crux

SÃO PAULO – Established in 1551, the Archdiocese of Salvador, in Bahia State, is the primatial see in Brazil. That

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Popular Marian icon in Rome gets conservation check-up | Catholic News Agency

Art restorers from the Vatican Museums checked the conservation of an important Byzantine Marian icon in Rome on Thursday. Popular

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New Liturgical Movement: Candle Artist Offers Unique “Theological Virtues” Design for Easter 2022

Gina Switzer, whose candle work David Clayon featured at NLM five years ago, continues to hand-paint a variety of candles

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Notre Dame, Restorations, et le Moi – The Catholic Thing

Iused to travel to Paris fairly often about twenty years ago for academic and professional reasons. The Catholic Thing For

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The Lateran Palace in Rome, Where Popes Resided for Centuries, Opens to Visitors| National Catholic Register

This initiative of the Diocese of Rome results from the Pope’s desire to enhance the cultural heritage entrusted to his

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