Where Does The Term Catherine Wheel Come From?

Many of us love fireworks. Whether you’re celebrating different occasions around the world like Bonfire night, New Years Eve or the 4th of July, fireworks provide entertainment for millions of people throughout the year. Despite fireworks bringing a lot of joy and color to festivals, there’s something not so joyousRead More →

Prior to 1802, not many people, especially Catholic Christians, had heard about saint Philomena and the miracles she had performed. In May of that year, the excavation crew that was working on the Catacomb of Priscilla discovered a tomb, which was later determined to belong to a young saint calledRead More →

Fort Manoel was constructed in the 18th century by the Order of Saint John, during the reign of Grand Master António Manoel de Vilhena, after whom the fort was named. The fort is located on Manoel Island in Gżira, Malta. A small hospital was in operation on the Island, duringRead More →

In 1802, a team of excavators down in the Roman catacombs made a remarkable discovery. In the catacomb of Saint Priscilla, among many other tombs which lay empty, the preserved tomb of a Christian Martyr is uncovered. This would later become known as the tomb of Saint Philomena. As excitementRead More →

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