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The Evolution of Gothic Architecture

The origins of Gothic architecture can be found in 12th-century France and the style continued into the 16th century and was commonly known as the "French Style" during that period and the term "Gothic" was originally used in a disparaging way since in 17th-century English usage it meant 'vandal'...

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Cardinals And The College - The Inner Workings...

A history of the body that chooses the Pope.

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Catholic Kiosk

A public service directory to online Catholic groups, parishes, and organizations.

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The Enneagram Theory of Personality

An essay asserting that the personality-typing theory is a fraud.

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I Know Nothing!

"I Know Nothing!" article.

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The Lives of Thomas A. Dooley: A Cautionary Tale

James T. Fisher's 1998 biographical book "Dr. America: The Lives of Thomas A. Dooley, 1927-1961" reviewed by reviewed by Aquinas-Multimedia.com. During the Cold War, American Catholics needed a hero. But the mythology surrounding Dooley proved fraudulent. [St. Catherine Review]

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Saint Catherine

Faithful to the magisterium and cherishing tradition. Much of it focuses on the Cincinnati area. Selected articles available online.

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Treasured Churches of Cincinnati

A visual tour of the many Catholic churches of Cincinnati built since 1840, with their histories.

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