A confessional is an enclosed booth or stall within a church where a priest hears confessions.
Gothick is an old-fashioned spelling of gothic. Gothic architecture originated during the Medieval period; the style was revived in England from the 1740s onwards, and lasted until the later decades of the 19th century, becoming known as Gothic Revival style (also, Neo-Gothic or Victorian Gothic).
Gothic revival architecture is characterised by castle-like features such as towers, spires and parapets, by windows with pointed arches and ornamental stonework (tracery), and by both steep-sloping roofs, and flat roofs with battlements. Internally, the style is characterised by painted panelling, vaulted ceilings, coloured carvings, and the use of rich fabrics such as velvet.