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Question & Answers about the Vatican

the Vatican is both the official residence of the Pope (Papal Palace) and also includes Museums such as the Sistine Chapel which includes the famous paintings by Michelangelo (like the ‘Last Judgment’ painting). So we encourage you to use the Vatican Q&A to ask questions or provide answers about the Vatican – the Vatican museums, Vatican history, Vatican tickets, the Vatican Swiss Guard, St. Peter’s Basilica. St. Peter’s Square etc.

Question & Answers about the Catholic faith

As the Papal Palace, the Vatican is the hub of the Catholic faith. So we encourage you to use the Vatican Q&A to ask questions or provide answers about the Catholic faith – Catholic history, Catholic Saints such as St. Peter’s, the Pope, the Cardinals, Catholic ceremonies and customs such as the Conclave, baptism or Sunday Mass etc.

Question & Answers about Rome

Vatican City is an autonomous political body situated within Rome. However, rarely do people visit the Vatican and not Rome or vice-versa. So we encourage you to use the Vatican Q&A to ask questions or provide answers about Rome – restaurants in Rome, other sites in Rome, the history of Rome, the Roman Empire, hotels in Rome, the airport in Rome, traveling in and to Rome etc. When it comes to Vatican City in Rome and the Catholic faith, there are a lot of questions which sometimes we just don’t know where to ask or are too ashamed to ask. We at Vatican.com espire to make Vatican.com the platform where all can ask and answer questions about the Vatican, the Pope, the Catholic religion and beliefs as well as general questions regarding Vatican opening hours, hotels in Rome and more. In the Vatican Q&A you are welcome to ask the questions you always wanted to know whether about the Vatican, Rome or the Catholic faith or even just general questions about Vatican museum hours, the Papacy and more. Any question and answer is welcome as long as it is tasteful and not used to offend anyone else. We cannot control what others believe or say but Vatican.com does not accept hateful, racist or offensive remarks of any kind. We believe in interfaith understanding and promoting peace and good will. We thus reserve the right to delete or reject any comment, question or answer we deem inappropriate and ask others to bring our attention if such abuse of the Vatican Q&A is taking place through the “contact us” found at the bottom of the webpage.