Easter Sunday is the most important day of the year on the Christian calendar. Here’s a look at its historical origins and the modern-day celebration.
Good Friday is the holy day before Easter when the faithful remember the death of Jesus. It is a day of reflection marked by fasting and abstinence.
Holy Thursday commemorates the Last Supper that Jesus Christ had with his disciples. Christians celebrate this Holy Day with mass and ceremonial washing of the feet.
Palm Sunday marks the start of Holy Week, the week before Easter. Here is what you need to know about the holiday.
Logan Lerman plays Noah’s son in the epic film out on March 28. The 22-year-old has already been in multiple blockbusters.
The Bishop of Linburg has has been removed by Pope Francis for his excessive spending.
In the keeping with this year’s religious movie success, God’s Not Dead opened to big audiences nationwide this weekend. Here’s what you need to know about it.
Today is the first day of Lent for Christians. The season starts with Ash Wednesday and ends with the celebration of Easter.
Ash Wednesday marks the beginning of Lent. During the Lenten journey, the religious abstain and fast for the 40 days leading up to Easter.
On Ash Wednesday, Catholics and other Christians receive ashes on the forehead to mark the beginning of Lent. What’s the origin of this ritual?
Son of God comes to theaters tomorrow, created by the same people behind the hugely successful The Bible miniseries.
History’s longest serving pope is set to be canonized in December!