The exhumation of the remains of the founder of a Benedictine order has unleashed religious fervor in a country where Catholics are a minority. Forensic experts state that the failure of a corpse to decompose after four years is more common than it seems
The figure was excavated in a temple to the goddess Isis at an ancient Red Sea port. It suggests that the two worlds were closer than previously thought
Paul Makenzi was arrested on suspicion of telling his followers to fast to death in order to meet Jesus. The total death toll now stands at 73, with 26 new bodies exhumed on Monday
Santería was one of the few religious practices to quietly endure through decades of prohibitions and stigma by the communist government. Now it’s growing in popularity and expanding to new demographics
Invocations of moral purity, once associated with conservatives, are increasingly the domain of progressives. Is social media fueling an out-of-control cancel culture?
One of the most powerful symbols of Europe will overcome the fire, just as it has resisted other disasters throughout the centuries