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Oh, Canada

George and I decided that after our stay in the beautiful city of Chicago, we would visit some of his family in Canada.  This would be the first time meeting some of George’s family members, so I was pretty happy that they lived in Toronto and Montreal, Canadian cities that I had always wanted to visit but never had the chance until now. 1,732 more words

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A picture speaks a thousand words

Built in the fifth century A.D. the Basilica of Santo Stefano Rotondo was not created for the faint-hearted. Within the walls of this church are some of Rome’s most graphic frescoes of the 16th century. 252 more words


August 8, Sosnowiec Basilica Cathedral

August 8
In the Diocese of Sosnowiec
In the Basilica Cathedral – Solemnity

The Neo-Roman Parish Church of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary in Sosnowiec, built in the years 1893-1906 according to the architect Karol Kozłowski’s design, is a valuable example of the sacred architecture of Sosnowiec. 91 more words


Day 11, 12, 13- Finding Florence (and Pisa)

Apologies for this post covering so many days, but the wifi at our hostel in Florence was barely passable. We were also pretty busy throughout, so I had little time to write. 1,277 more words


Dispelling The Myth of Greed in the Holy Catholic Church & The Inherent Good of Catholic Basilicas

One of the most commonly repeated criticisms of the Catholic Church, by both Christians and non-Christians alike, is the amount of time and money the Church puts into its basilicas, such as St. 357 more words


The Evangelical Church in Sibiu

The Evangelical Church in Sibiu is a 14th century large basilica, built on the site of an older 12th century church, a cemetery, three chapels and a school. 153 more words

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