A recent road trip across Baden-Württemberg, a state in Southwest Germany, took me to old monasteries and churches.
It is hard not to describe Luxembourg as reminiscent of the backdrop of a cheesy Hallmark or Lifetime movie — you know, commoner girl marries heir to the throne — set in some fictional European realm.
October is the quadricentennial of the 1621 Thanksgiving held by the Pilgrims, most of whom dissented from the Anglican state church at a time of political and religious tumult.
San Francisco’s Grace Cathedral is in the news after announcing all visitors must be vaccinated.
Grand County may upon first impression feel like any other place in Colorado’s High Country. Yet, there is something that sets it apart from some of the better-known destinations.
The pandemic never officially closed the United Kingdom, but mandatory quarantines and periodic testing for nonessential travelers kept most Americans from visiting. If you’re planning a trip across the pond, here are three old churches to visit.
The ceremonial funeral Saturday of Prince Philip was a theologically orthodox service as expressed through the timeless Anglican rites of the Church of England, observers said. It also came at a time when faith in the public square is more often than not watered down to accommodate the panoply of beliefs and nonbeliefs.
For a history-filled fall, getaway consider the following three destinations. All are open to visitors right now.
Church enthusiasts, sometimes called church crawlers, are having a difficult year.