Rome is the capital of Christianity and the place where the celebration of Christmas originated: which place could be better of Rome in Christmas? Continue reading
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Epiphany 2017: what to do in Rome on January 6th
Epiphany is national holiday in Italy, and is a Christian feast day that celebrates the revelation of God as a human being in Jesus Christ. Continue reading
Christmas time in Rome: Pope Francis schedule on December 2016 – January 2017.
The Vatican Christmas tree was erected in St. Peter’s Square at the beginning of the Advent and of the Christmas holiday season. The 82 feet tall spruce tree arrived in the Square on November 24th from Trentino (Northern Italy region) and will be inaugurated and lit up, together with the Nativity scene, on December 9th. They will highlight several issues such as care for the environment, the sick and migrants. Continue reading
January 6: Epiphany of Our Lord and “Befana” 2015 in Rome.
The Epiphany is a Christian feast day that celebrates the revelation of God as a human being in Jesus Christ. Is the commemoration of the manifestation of Christ, and of the Adoration of the Magi. Continue reading
Pope Francis’ schedule for Christmas season 2014
One of the best things to do in Rome during Christmas season is to see the Pope. But how and when you can set up such a thrilling encounter? Here you can find all the details. Continue reading
December 8th, 2014: Immaculate Conception’s feast in Rome.
On Monday, December 8, the Catholic Church celebrates the Feast of the Immaculate Conception. The day commemorates the solemn belief in the Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary, that was graced by God to lead a life “free of sin”. Continue reading
Christmas: top ten things to do in Rome.
Christmas holidays are a fantastic time to visit Rome, maybe not popular as summer months, but still very suggestive and certainly less crowded with tourists. Rome is the capital of Christianity and the place where the celebration of Christmas originated: which place could be better of Rome in Christmas? Continue reading