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What where cathedrals made of?

Cathedrals certainly are beautiful. Most Cathedrals are made out of  stone, and bricks of the age they were built. More modern  cathedrals have metal instead of wood framing (MORE)

What is the cathedral of consumption?

A cathedral of consumption is denoted by large shopping areas I.e the bull ring in Birmingham, a place where society can gaze at products of desire and create a reinforced sen (MORE)

What are cathedrals?

A cathedral is the principal church of a bishop's diocese, containing the episcopal throne. It's derived from a latin word - cathedra (seat or chair) - which refers to the pre (MORE)
In History

Where is knightsbridge cathedral?

The cathedral is fictitious, being the cathedral featured in Ken Follet's book "Pillars of the Earth." However, Salisbury Cathedral is near where the book's main events take (MORE)

Does Plymouth have a cathedral?

Yes. The Cathedral Church of Saint Mary and Saint Boniface in Plymouth, England is the seat of the Bishop of Plymouth and mother church of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Plym (MORE)

Do Catholics have cathedrals?

Of course Catholics have cathedrals!  Cathedral is from the Latin word "cathedra".  A cathedra is the name for the Bishop's throne, thus a Cathedral is the Church that house (MORE)