ACH062: The Old Cathedral of St. Louis, Missouri, was the first cathedral west of the Mississippi and Tom and Noëlle Crowe tell its story, which is the story of the growth of Catholicism in the Louisiana Purchase territory. Now a basilica, the church is a testament in stone and glass to what and who came before us.
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Links for this episode:
- Basilica of St Louis IX, King of France (The Old Cathedral) – St. Louis Genealogical Society
- Basilica of St. Louis, King of France – Wikipedia
- The Story of Jefferson National Expansion Memorial | The Gateway Arch
- Old Cathedral | History
- Lion of the Valley: St. Louis, Missouri, 1764-1980 – James Neal Primm – Google Books
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