I'm tired of being a broken record. From the second year on, just about every church has interior photography, and many more photos in general. The first-year churches will have to languish in squalor just a little bit longer.
I'm going to go ahead and assume this is some sort of compliment.
Where did u come from u hate to drive anywhere unless u can drive right up to it like a Walmart
Not true. I just don't like driving in South Philly, although my new GPS seems to have changed that somewhat.
Ahhh, stop yelling!
Again, South Philly is generally a lovely area, car travel aside. I do admire your interest in human migrational patterns, however.
St. Monica's is a rare case--a church that rose like a phoenix from the ashes. Most churches that burn, especially at that late a date, are rebuilt or remodeled in the most awful way imaginable.
See St. Joachim, Frankford. Yuck.
Are you coming onto me? Size queen? I've been called a lot of things, but that's a new one.
I believe the recap of Our Lady of Lourdes said it best. Size is great, but ornamentation always wins out in the end.
This from an email titled "CHURH PROJECT (u are kooky)"I suspect that South Philly Jim is a few meds short of a full dose, but as my mother said, it's always good to make new friends. (Or something to that effect, I wasn't really paying attention.) Plus, hey, help with South Philadelphia. Who could turn that down?