Latin word basilica, originally used to describe a Roman public building, usually located in the forum of a Roman town
Early Christian purpose-built basilica, a cathedral basilica of the bishop, on the model of the semi-public secular basilicas, and its growth in size and importance signalled the gradual transfer of civic power into episcopal hands
cathedral (a large and important christian church, often the principal church of a diocese)
chapel, a building used by Christians, members of other religions, and sometimes interfaith communities, as a place of fellowship and worship. church, college, hospital, palace, prison or funeral home
parish church in the Church of England, a church which acts as the religious centre for the people within the smallest and most basic Church of England administrative region, known as a parish
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