Saturday, February 22, 2014

more from St. Louis Cathedral, New Orleans, Louisiana














i am sharing even more views from the inside. just breathtaking, don't ya think? 

i was raised Methodist - which the inside of that church was very understated compared to this - a beautiful cathedral & it is to the nines. so many details. 
i love it. ( :
Beth

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check out a few churches i found in bloggy lands this week: (if you know some churches that you think need to be shared, please let me know & i will share in an up coming post.)

"Bonjour et Bon Voyage", "here""here"

"Shooting My Universe"

"365 days"

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25 comments:

  1. Hi Beth, It is very pretty. I love the windows, especially. Have a good night. me

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  2. stepping inside these churches is mind-boggling; I always admire the artisans work to detail

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  3. So beautiful!! I've never been to New Orleans but am itching to go with my camera!

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  4. So very beautiful. I have never been to New Orleans. Always wanted to...now I will know to stop here for sure.

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  5. This church is beautiful! I have always loved stain glass windows and these are gorgeous!

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  6. Beautiful, it is such fun seeing all of these churches

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  7. Beth, it is beautiful! The ceiling is amazing and I love the stained glass. Beautiful images. Happy Sunday!

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  8. I am loving the black and white floor!

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  9. Love the painted ceiling!
    Liz

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  10. Yes, it is gorgeous. The few churches like this that I have been in generate such a sense of gravity and peace. I love seeing these magnificent architectural designs. Have a blessed Lord's Day.

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  11. Lovely! It was Easter Sunday when we were there last year so I didn't go in. Now I'm sorry I didn't wait.

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  12. Lovely, Beth :) I always think of the artisans of yesteryear, who were often part of the worship community: building this beautiful place was a part of their Faith, offering their God-given talents for His Glory :)

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  13. I had such a sense of peace while sitting in this church. Just wonderful!

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  14. Would love to see it in person..that ceiling..just gorgeous..and the window, too.

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  15. It is breathtaking! I love the ceiling. I would love to visit there. I was raised Methodist, too, and no, we didn't have a church like that either. :-)

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  16. It's very beautiful, but I prefer understated!!

    The stained glass is colorful and gorgeous!!

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  17. A fine church and interior to share with us. It is fine in its beautiful detail and colors.

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  18. I visited New Orleans last summer with some friends and we spent so much time here just gawking at the beautiful details! It really is a special place.

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  19. it is just breathtaking beth BUT oh the cost....i always think there are better things to do with all that money!!

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  20. hehe, i had already left a comment here and a nicer one at that. i didn't remember, don't publish the newer one!!

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  21. I've been there a few times. Always a favorite when we are in NO. But then again, NO itself is a pretty big favorite!

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