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Bishop Fleming and the Roman Catholic Church
The Franciscan priest and bishop Michael Anthony Fleming was a religious, social, political, and cultural agentr for the Irish in Newfoundland.
Building the Cathedral
The Roman Catholic Chapel was constructed in 1786 on leased land on what later became Henry Street in St. John's.
Christ Church, Quidi Vidi, St. John's, NL
About the Christ Church, a Registered Heritage Structure located in Quidi Vidi, St. John's and opened on 9 November 1842.
Christ Church, Clarke's Head, NL
About Christ Church, a Registered Heritage Structure located in Clarke's Head built between 1905 and 1910.
There is a marked distinction in the architecture of religious buildings in Newfoundland, determined at first by period and then by denomination.
An overiview of the work of Church Ladies in Newfoundland.
In Command of the Church Lads' Brigade
An introduction into the life of James Crawford (1893-1963), WW I veteran, businessman, and commanding officer of the Church Lads' Brigade.
The Collapse of Denominational Education
Whether or not the province should adopt a non-denominational education system became a controversial issue during the 1980s and 1990s.
The Congregational Church in Newfoundland
This article is about the Congregational Church in Newfoundland, it's origins and ultimate merger with the Presbyterian church
Creed and Culture, 1784-1830
Creed and culture of the Irish immigrant population in Newfoundland from 1784-1830.
The May Bush in Newfoundland
Historically, may bushes have had festive, protective, decorative, invocational, or religious functions.
Newfoundland and Daniel O'Connell
Background information about the famous Irish politician, Daniel O'Connell and his influence on Newfoundland.
Divergent Paths: The Development of Newfoundland Church Architecture
About the Development of Newfoundland Church Architecture and the distinctions between religious buildings in Newfoundland.
Eastport Peninsula Conclusion: Cultural Preservation
Preserving the culture of the Eastport Peninsula, a peninsula located in Newfoundland.
Eastport Peninsula: The Neck
The Neck, a parcel of land used for inter-community and peninsular activities, is located between Eastport, Happy Adventure, and Sandy Cove.
Religious and Economic Influence on Education
Public education in Newfoundland and Labrador, since its beginnings in the early 19th century, has largely been shaped by religion and the economy.
Evangeline Booth: Orator and Preacher
A brief biography of Evangeline Booth (1865-1950), fourth elected general and world leader of the Salvation Army, and her connection to Newfoundland
Holy Trinity Anglican Church, Codroy, NL
A brief history of the Holy Trinity Anglican Church, Codroy, NL, a Registered Heritage Structure built in 1913.
Holy Trinity Roman Catholic Church, Ferryland, NL
A brief history and description of Holy Trinity Roman Catholic Church, Ferryland, NL, a Registered Heritage Structure built in 1863.
The Irish Christian Brothers in 19th-century Newfoundland
A lay order of religious men, the Irish Christian Brothers were recognized as a 'congregation' whose mission was to serve and educate the poor.
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