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Architecture

5 Amazing facts about Barcelona’s Sagrada Familia church

Gaudi’s masterpiece finally got a construction permit. But a 137-year bureaucratic bottleneck is not the only unique fact about the Sagrada Familia.

This Jesuit-built Church in Rome was the first to glorify the Eucharist

After the Reformation, Christ incarnate was to be proclaimed as boldly as possible.

French Senate votes to rebuild Notre Dame exactly as it was

The legislation would eliminate the possibility of President Macron’s proposal for “an inventive reconstruction of the cathedral.”

A traveler’s guide to the “other Notre Dames” of France

The Gothic style of one of the most beloved churches in the world is echoed in cathedrals outside Paris.  

Why every Catholic needs to see Chartres Cathedral

Orson Welles called it, “The premier work of man perhaps in the whole Western world.”

Journey to the world’s most colorful churches

From Europe and Russia to the Americas, there are plenty of examples of colorful Catholic churches.

This chapel in Rotterdam merges Catholic architecture with contemporary design

St. Mary of the Angels recreates the mystical experience of traditional churches through organic modern design.

Notre Dame is offering a free online class on Roman architecture

The Eternal City has a voice. This class will help you hear it.

Why do bishops have a special chair?

The "cathedra" that bishops sit on has a long and rich history in the Catholic Church.

Iceland’s tallest church is named for a composer

Reykjavik's Hallgrímskirkja is a reminder of the clergyman who gave Iceland's Lutherans the Passion Hymns.

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