Tag Archives: faith based

Baha’i House of Worship

Located outside of Chicago in Wilmette, Illinois, the Baha'i House of Worship is the oldest surviving temple of its kind and the only one in the United States. This unique and beautiful form of faith attracts thousands of curious visitors every year from all faiths and walks of life. Ultimately refreshing, relaxing, and awe-inspiring, the…
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St. Patrick’s Cathedral

St. Patrick's Cathedral of Fifth Avenue Manhattan is a magnificent, awe-inspiring Neo-Gothic construction built by the faithful, aspiring, and persevering community of 19th century New York. The original St. Patrick's Cathedral, in downtown Manhattan, had grown too old and small to accommodate the growing Catholic faith after the city was made an archdiocese in 1850. Archbishop John…
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Travel in Time: American Catholicism Through History

If you're like me, you enjoy visiting sites of significance. Historic landmarks that have held meaning since their creation, religious sites that hold importance not only for myself but for the millions of people who have visited their altars, passed through their doors, and knelt beneath the stained glass windows. These places of faith are…
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