La cathédrale Saint-Paul (Cathedral of Saint Paul in Birmingham) est la cathédrale catholique du diocèse de Birmingham aux États-Unis dans l'Alabama. Elle se trouve dans le centre-ville de Birmingham. Cet édifice de style néogothique anglais est inscrit au Registre national des lieux historiques.

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  • La cathédrale Saint-Paul (Cathedral of Saint Paul in Birmingham) est la cathédrale catholique du diocèse de Birmingham aux États-Unis dans l'Alabama. Elle se trouve dans le centre-ville de Birmingham. Cet édifice de style néogothique anglais est inscrit au Registre national des lieux historiques. Les restes du père James Coyle, assassiné en 1921 par un membre du Ku Klux Klan, vont être bientôt transférés du cimetière d'Elmwood, où ils se trouvent, pour reposer dans la crypte de la cathédrale.La cathédrale est consacrée à l'apôtre Paul.
  • The Cathedral of Saint Paul — informally known as Saint Paul's Cathedral — is the mother church of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Birmingham in Alabama in Birmingham, Alabama. Designed by Chicago architect Adolphus Druiding, the Victorian Gothic-style brick building was completed as a parish church in 1893. It was elevated to Cathedral status with the creation of the Diocese of Birmingham in 1969.Father James Coyle's remains will be relocated from Elmwood Cemetery to this church where he was its priest.Druding of Chicago was the Architect Firm. The contractor that had to be talked into moving to Birmingham to build the project was Lawrence Scully. Just prior to its completion, Lawrence Scully was killed when his horse-drawn carriage was spooked by a passing motor vehicle that honked its horn. The horse reared and flipped the carriage over, killing Lawrence Scully. Lawrence Scully also built one of Birmingham's first public schools, the Powell School.Two buildings, the church and associated school, were listed on the National Register of Historic Places as St. Paul's Catholic Church in 1982.
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  • La cathédrale Saint-Paul (Cathedral of Saint Paul in Birmingham) est la cathédrale catholique du diocèse de Birmingham aux États-Unis dans l'Alabama. Elle se trouve dans le centre-ville de Birmingham. Cet édifice de style néogothique anglais est inscrit au Registre national des lieux historiques.
  • The Cathedral of Saint Paul — informally known as Saint Paul's Cathedral — is the mother church of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Birmingham in Alabama in Birmingham, Alabama. Designed by Chicago architect Adolphus Druiding, the Victorian Gothic-style brick building was completed as a parish church in 1893.
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