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It functioned as a Benedictine monastery from its foundation in 598 until the English Reformation.
Entire walls of skulls and bones were set up by Franciscan friars to remind us of the inevitability of death.
Like the Taj Mahal, the 12 Eleanor Crosses are a symbol of a kingly grief.
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.
Americans who were proud of their heritage were wary of immigrants and an eventual papal takeover.
Because of their unusual color combination and elaborate illumination, most historians think that “Black Books” had an almost mystical status.
Catholic Historical Research Center mounts display of drawings by and about Catholics.
Joseph Pearce points to the Bard's purchase of a house known as a "notorious center for recusant Catholics" in London.
We've talked of the beauty of Rome's numerous churches, but why do they need so many?