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Crypts have a long history dating back to the early centuries of Christianity.
It functioned as a Benedictine monastery from its foundation in 598 until the English Reformation.
It's the result of the efforts of a sector of the Coptic Christian community in Egypt.
The story of this church is intimately related to the lives of St. Bertha, King Aethelbert, and Augustine of Canterbury.
Built by St. Cedd in the year 654, it was reconsecrated much later, in 1920.
Other churches resembling this style can be found in Sicily and Lisbon.
It is also known as “the Little Vatican.”
The 28-ft tall statue is one of the most visited shrines in the Wolverine State.
Catholicism in the South dates back to the 1500s, and remains strong today.
Erected in the 4th century, this ancient church still functions.