Sunday “Shrine” 7/12– And Saint

 

A clip from a charming book by a pair of nuns, designed for school children back when. Note that the expectation is daily mass!

A clip from a charming book by a pair of nuns, designed for school children back when. Note that the expectation is daily mass!

So I dropped the ball today. But you still get a Sunday Shrine.  This time it’s a church.  Too bad there were no good pictures of the interior. There were 95 chapels in Finstere built in the 16th century alone. All in the area of the south of France where this church situates.

Thesupermat on Wikimedia Commons. Creative Commons License.

Thesupermat on Wikimedia Commons. Creative Commons License.

Let’s look at the porch first. That’s kind of a shrine, right?

 

 

 

Let’s get a close-up of that sundial.

Now for the church itself.

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