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There’s a mysterious and creepy room in the back of the Santa Croce di Gesu in Rome. It’s known as the Purgatory Museum, but it’s ..read more

One of my favorite things to attend in Rome is the once a year opening of the Sacconi Rossi crypt on Tiber Island. The Sacconi Rossi was an ..read more
The Catholic Traveler by Mountain Butorac - 6M ago
Happy Feast of the Assumption! Turn up the volume, close your eyes, and enjoy this morning’s Assumption bells from Saint Peter’s ..read more
It was fun to appear on EWTN again. Despite temperatures of nearly 100 degrees, dropped audio, and an unfortunate wardrobe selection, I ..read more
The Catholic Traveler by Mountain Butorac - 7M ago
I am so excited to have the Scala Santa back! ⁣ My last time up these wooden steps was on December 18th, 2017. They closed shortly after ..read more
Each year for the Feast of Saints Peter and Paul, different towns around Italy will decorate the street leading up to the basilica with ..read more
The Catholic Traveler by Mountain Butorac - 11M ago
Holy Week at the Traditional Latin Mass Parish in Rome, Santissima Trinità dei Pellegrini. Palm Sunday 9 AM: Low Mass 10:30 AM: Procession ..read more
The Catholic Traveler by Mountain Butorac - 11M ago
Finally. After 16 months of restoration, the Scala Santa is open once again. This is my favorite thing to do in Rome. I’ve gone up ..read more
The Catholic Traveler by Mountain Butorac - 11M ago
Holy Week is a wonderful time to visit Rome. In addition to daily visits to the reopened Scala Santa, and all the papal events, here are my ..read more

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