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  1. Cathedrals: Monuments to Faith What makes one city different from an- other? Today, we build stadiums, arches, zoos, and statues for people to see. In the Middle Ages, city leaders also wanted to make their city outstanding. The two ways this was done was by building a magnificent cathedral and a university. The cathedral was the home chl~rch for.
  2. This is a long play album of The Cathedral Quartet. Members at the time of recording wer: George Younce, Glen Payne, Kirk Talley, Mark Trammell and Roger Bennett. It is a Canaan Records production - .
  3. Apr 23,  · A visitor to any of Europe’s great Catholic cathedrals can’t help but be inspired by the testament to the faith that made their creation possible. These awe-inspiring monuments bring light.
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  5. CATHEDRALS Vinyl Records and CDs: Years Active: - Origin: Stow, Ohio, U.S.A. An American Southern Gospel Quartet that lasted from until their retirement in December In , Glen Payne, Bobby Clark, and Danny Koker formed the Cathedral Trio for evangelist Rex Humbard at the Cathedral of Tomorrow in Akron, Ohio. With the.
  6. First mailorder copies on gold vinyl. Printed inside and out at Monoroid by Neil Burke. Limited to copies. At Instal Fest '08 in Glasgow, Scotland, at David Keenan's suggestion, the idea for a trio of Don Dietrich, Ben Hall and himself was hatched. As the idea for the tour came together, Keenan unfortunately ha.
  7. One of the most famous churches in all of the world calls Paris home. Dating back to medieval times (construction began in ), this medieval beauty lost much of its religious iconography during the French Revolution, though efforts restore the art and artifacts began as early as , with another phase beginning in
  8. The tenor and baritone position changed often during the Cathedrals' long career, but the four most stable versions had George Younce (who joined the trio in November 64 and Glen Payne teamed with Roy Tremble (tenor), and George Amon Webster (baritone) from –; Kirk Talley (tenor), and Mark Trammell (baritone) from –; Danny.

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