The life of St. Anthony of Padua

In the West, it is rare to see movies that present Christianity under a positive light, much more so those that depict the life of a saint. This is why this Italian movie is particularily... Read More | Share

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The Euro as symbol of European identity

Invented in Lydia in the 6th century, money was adopted by the Greeks and then passed on to the rest of the Mediterranean world, as it also came into existence in other parts of the world. Not only... Read More | Share

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Culture, dead or alive?

If we take a picture of the early 20th century, and even of the middle of that century, and take a picture of the late 20-early 21st century, it will be easy and striking to see how much things... Read More | Share

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The Holy Mountain: guardian of Tradition

While the Western churches have changed and transformed not only dogmas and liturgical worship, but theology as well, to a point sometimes beyond recognition, the Orthodox East has managed to... Read More | Share

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Greek and Roman world websites

For those interested in Graeco-Roman mythology, the following website provide a complete source of information online on genealogy and myths of the Greaco-Roman pantheon, as well as an image... Read More | Share

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Theology in Iconography.

“When you want to paint the walls of a church, begin with a circle of different colors at the top of the cupola, as if you were drawing a rainbow amidst the coulds during the storm. Inside... Read More | Share

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Engineering an Empire: The Byzantine Empire–V

The fifth and last video taken from a documentary broadcast on the History Channel. ... Read More | Share

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