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Librarian oversees rare collection of Bibles from past six centuries

Last edited 1st June 2010

Liana Lupas stands out in New York, even by the standards of a city that defines itself with superlatives and seems to have world-class specialists in every conceivable discipline. She calls herself "the only librarian in the world who takes care of one book." That book is the Bible. Find out what makes a Bible rare, and what kinds of Bibles Liana looks after in the collection.

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How a Strategy of "Silence" Saved Thousands of Jews

Last edited 27th May 2010

The Pave the Way Foundation has initiated a document retrieval project to reveal as much information and as many testimonies as possible regarding the papacy of Pope Pius XII, the World War II Pontiff, in order to break the academic "log jam" caused by the lack of publicly available information.

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Photo-Documentary of Christian history in Japan with Concentration on Hidden Christians

Last edited 17th May 2010

With beautiful photos this site shows the history of Christianity in Japan. The whole site is worth checking out, but especially take note of the mosaic made of butterfly wings - it is amazing!

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Oldest Footage Of The Longest Reigning Pope! (1896)

Last edited 11th May 2010

This is the oldest known footage of a Pope in existence. This film of Pope Leo XIII was created in 1896. The audio portion is the oldest known audio recording of Pope, also of Pope Leo XIII recorded in 1903. The audio is Pope Leo XIII chanting the Ave Maria in Latin.

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The First Church Council

Last edited 6th May 2010

What was the first Church Council? Where and when did they meet? Find out in the short video! This is a reflection for 6 May 2010

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Explorers Find Noah's Ark

Last edited 30th August 2010

Over the centuries, many have claimed to have found Noah's Ark. But this time it looks as if a team of evangelical explorers have done just that!

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95 Years Since the Armenian Genocide

Last edited 27th April 2010

April 24th is the day the world remembers historys first Christian genocide- the Armenian genocide. Watch this video to find out more...

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Thousands of John Paul II’s Belongings on Display in Rome

Last edited 17th January 2011

A day in the life of JPII - the plate he ate off, the snow boots he wore, the letters he received. Check out this awesome video to catch a glimpse into the historical belongings of John Paul II the Great.

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A New Beginning for Malta

Last edited 16th April 2010

Benedict XVI's trip to Malta this weekend will be "a pilgrimage to the origins of the faith." To find out about the incredible history that Malta holds for early Christians, read this interview with Nuncio Archbishop Tommaso Caputo!

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The Last Martyr Pope

Last edited 14th April 2010

Do you know in which century the last martyr Pope lived? What was his name?

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