Apostle Matthew’s final resting place — in Kyrgyzstan?

Russian archaeologists believe they’ve found an ancient Armenian monastery in eastern Kyrgyzstan where the remains of the apostle Matthew may be buried. To be fair, he may also be buried in Ethiopia or at the cathedral in Salerno, Italy.

Also: Conservative revolt brewing in the Vatican; human sacrifice at Stonehenge II; mysterious mass die-off of antelope in Kazakhstan; enormous sinkhole in Siberia keeps growing; Satanic Temple tries again with statue of Baphomet; and some good news from the turmoil in Middle East.

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