E, Ensley, 1926 Blessed Sacrament Academy 1525 Cotton Ave. S, Five Points Area, 1926 Reed-Jemison-Riddle House 888 Twin Lakes Dr., 1816-1820 Rickwood Field 1137 Second Ave. 1872, 11 structures Owen Plantation House Eastern Valley Rd, Bessemer, 1838 Parham Apothecary 410-60th St., Fairfield, 1949 Quinlan Castle 2030 Ninth Ave. Vulcan Statue Red Mountain at 20th St., 1904, Historic American Engineering Record documentation: statue and park, 1993-4 West End Masonic Temple, 1346 Tuscaloosa Ave., 1926 Windham Construction Co. An interesting example of such an association of the year 1183 is described in the "Histoire générale du Languedoc" (VI, Toulouse, 1879, 106 sqq.), as an "association formed at Le Puy for the restoration of peace".
West End Hills Missionary Baptist Church, 1608 19th Place SW Apartment Hotels in Birmingham, 1910-1930 Claridge Manor Apartments, 1100 27th St. S Ridgely Apartments - The Tutwiler Hotel, 608 Richard Arrington, Jr. N Arlington Historic House & Gardens 331 Cotton Ave. W, 1910, 1920s Historic American Engineering Record documentation 1993 Sadler House, Eastern Valley Rd, 1838 Second Presbyterian Church, University of Alabama at Birmingham Campus, 10th Ave.
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The sodalities of the Church are pious associations and are included among the confraternities and archconfraternities. XXXIV; Mabillon, "Annales Ordinis Benedicti", VI, Lucca, 1745, 361 sqq., ad an. The decline of ecclesiastical life at the close of the Middle Ages was naturally accompanied by a decline of religious associational life, the two being related as cause and effect.
It would not be possible to give a definition making a clear distinction between the sodalities and other confraternities; consequently the development and history of the sodalities are the same as those of the religious confraternities. 1145; Martène, "Thesaurus novus anecdotorum", IV (Paris, 1717), 165 sqq. However, as soon as the Church rose to renewed prosperity in the course of the sixteenth century, by the aid of the Counter-Reformation and the appearance of the new religious congregations and associations, once more there sprang up numerous confraternities and sodalities which laboured with great success and, in many cases, are still effective.