Farm Street: The Sory of the Jesuit's Church in London

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Building in Victorian Mayfair, but on an inauspicious site between some stables and a workhouse, the Jesuit fathers were anxious that the architecture and decoration of their London church should match its spiritual significance. Their architects created an interior of exceptional beauty and opulence, befitting the church's Marian dedication, and Farm Street grew to become a powerhouse of British Catholicism, witnessing influential sermons by leading thinkers and the conversion to Rome of such prominent figures as Evelyn ...

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