Vatican Museums share hidden images, details found by art restorers

The Vatican Museums has launched an initiative to give visitors -- online and in person -- a "backstage" peek into the secrets, curiosities and insights discovered by their art restorers.

Atheist turned Catholic turned comedian

The “hard work” of making others laugh is a labour of love and faith for standup comic Jen Fulwiler, a former atheist and Catholic convert delivering a “fresh take on modern life as a woman” to audiences throughout the nation with her 2023 “Maternal Instinct” comedy tour.

Medieval altar masterpiece of Kraków, Poland, receives European 'Oscar of Culture'

The European Commission and Europa Nostra foundation has honored Poland's medieval altarpiece for outstanding conservation. The Wit Stwosz (Veit Stoss) altar is widely regarded as a Gothic masterpiece. Its meticulous conservation, based on in-depth research, was carried out for more than 1,000 days and involved a team of top specialists from Poland and abroad.

Caviezel: 'Sound of Freedom' a 'weapon of mass instruction' to end child trafficking

A new film starring Jim Caviezel aims to move millions to end the scourge of child trafficking.

For new role, Shia LeBeouf ‘fell in love with Christ’

Actor Shia LaBeouf portrays St. Pio of Pietrelcina in the new drama Padre Pio, which premiered at last year’s Venice Film Festival and will be released in U.S. theaters and on demand June 2.

AI takes centrestage at ethics conference

For 17 years, the media ethics conference at the Pontifical University of John Paul II in Krakow has gathered media researchers from all over the country. This year it attracted a record number of academics. The reason? The main topic was the ethics of using AI in the media space.

From one Catholic novelist to another

Acclaimed and prolific Canadian Catholic author Michael O’Brien once said, “If creators of Christian culture hope to produce work that will bear good fruit, we must draw our life from the true source — our living Saviour. He is real. He is present.”

Religious message in a bottle

Peter Rego was 15 years old and growing up in Pakistan when the artistic bug first bit him.

Faith and reality confront addiction

Lay-chaplain Michael Buhler sees the effects of addiction each day on the rough downtown streets of Timmins, Ont.