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Origin of basilica
Words nearby basilica
How to use basilica in a sentence
What Francis said to Law when the two of them met and briefly embraced at the Rome basilica is not known.From Dirty War to Child Abuse, Church’s Past Confronts Pope Francis|Christopher Dickey|March 17, 2013|DAILY BEAST
The basilica is one of a handful of churches outside the walls of Vatican City owned by the Holy See.Italian Police Probe Vatican, Mafia Links in Teen’s Disappearance 30 Years Ago|Barbie Latza Nadeau|April 17, 2012|DAILY BEAST
The Basilica of Our Lady of Perpetual Help is a church where the faithful come to pray for cures.
The Basilica of Our Lady of Perpetual Help is not the biggest church in Boston, but it has two pieces of history.
A stately basilica was erected over the entrance to the Catacomb, it is said in the time of Constantine.
This is situated near the basilica of St. Agnes, and overlies part of the Catacomb.
The Callevan Forum seems in general simpler than others, but its basilica is remarkably large.
The Duomo is a basilica with nave and double aisles , with 110a transept flanked with aisles, covered by a dome over the crossing.
It is of basilica form, with a nave and aisles flanked by sixteen columns of sandstone.
British Dictionary definitions for basilica
Derived forms of basilicabasilican or basilic, adjective
Word Origin for basilica
Cultural definitions for basilica
A large Roman Catholic or Eastern Orthodox church building. A basilica is built with several parallel aisles separated by rows of columns, ending in a semicircular structure, the apse. Saint Peter's Basilica is the church of the Vatican in Rome.