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Sunday, June 21, 2009

St Paul's, Newton

Last week I just showed you St Paul's bell, so this week I thought I'd show you the whole church.

7 comments: said...

I like the gothic windows. Very traditional and what you would expect on a stone Anglican church.

Cezar and Léia said...

I loved the stone wall and the façade!
Adorable church!

nobu said...

I like this elegant church.

Hilda said...

I'm glad you did. I think it's beautiful! Love the stonework.

Babooshka said...

I can't think of a single church here that has the bell atop the church like this. I am partial to viewing a nice looking church than going in one.

Hyde DP said...

Dave It is actualy a Roman Catholic church NOT Anglican.

You can tell the difference by looking at the cross - Anglican crosses are plain - RC crosses include a figure of Christ. said...

Thank you for correcting me regarding the denomination of the church. I should have been more observant and figured out that the figure of Christ on the outside of the church was more characteristic of a Roman Catholic church than an Anglican church. I was focusing more on the shape of the windows and stone architecture. Of course if I had seen a crucifix inside the church, I would not have been so clumsy in my comment.

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