Praised as a "dazzling jewel" and denounced as "the great disappointment," the National Shrine in Washington, D.C., has been a focal point for Catholics since 1920. In this fascinating narrative, Tweed weaves the story of the church's construction with six defining themes to illustrate how the building reflects the changing landscape of 20th-century American Catholicism. Jacketed hardcover.
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