St. Albertus Catholic Church
St. Albertus is the mother church of Polish Catholics in the Detroit area. It was the largest Catholic Church in the state of Michigan at the time of its construction (1885). The architect, Henry Engelbert, was born in Germany to parents of Swedish descent. He also designed St. Casimir and St. Francis of Assisi in Detroit. A private, 501c3 organization now works to restore / maintain the School and Church. stalbertusdetroit.org/donate
Saint Francis Xavier Church, at Saint Louis University, in Saint Louis, Missouri, USA - nave
A larger, reprocessed version of this photo is here: www.flickr.com/photos/msabeln/4112265539 That photo is currently on exhibit at the Saint Louis University Museum of Art. www.romeofthewest.com
The Light of Faith
adaltaredei: “ Saint Anne’s Church in Buffalo, New York. Rorate Mass in the third week of advent, December 2011. If possible, Remember this beautiful Church in your prayers, as it is still under...
Basilica of Ottobeuren, Baroque Interior
Vintage Postcard, 1976 Ottobeuren, Bavaria (Bayern) Note: recently, I have been finding this photo all over the blogosphere. While I don't mind it being used, I would really appreciate it if when clicked on, it comes back here to Flickr. Today, I found it being used all by itself on someone's blog, with no track-back. Obviously, it would be considerate if people asked permission first.