Lists of Catholic church buildings

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The thousands of Catholic churches are grouped in a number of lists, mainly by country. Many more are not (yet) grouped in lists, but can be accessed through the category tree Category:Roman Catholic church buildings.

By country

The below is a list of the Roman Catholic churches in the state of Vermont, along with the towns or cities in which they are located.

By type

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