Father Reed Visits Piazza del Pantheone, Rome

Father Reed and a crew from the CatholicTV Network made their way around Rome and the Vatican to create this new series entitled "Viaggio a Roma" - or - a trip to Rome. This is exactly what this new series is, a trip around one of the greatest … [More]

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The Pantheon (pronounced /ˈpænθi.ən/ (UK)[1] or /ˈpænθiːɒːn/ (USA), Latin: Pantheon,[nb 1] from Greek: Πάνθειον, an adjective meaning "to every god" (with the Greek word for temple, ἱερόν ["hieron"], understood)) is a building in Rome, commissioned by Marcus Agrippa as a temple to all the gods of Ancient Rome, and rebuilt by Emperor Hadrian in about 126 AD.[2] The nearly-contemporary writer (2nd–3rd centuries AD), Cassius Dio, speculated that the name comes either from the statues … [More]