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French Cathedrals

They’re big.  They’re awe-inspiring.  They’re colorful. Magnificent minglings of stone and light. Man made wonders at which to marvel.  And they’re all over France. French Cathedrals. Not churches, mind you.  Which are more numerous and range in size from tiny chapels to good sized houses of worship. But Cathedrals. The largest of the breed. The […]

24Jul2011 | | 7 comments | Continued
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French Churches – part Four of Four

Circumstantial Evidence Ok – a potpourri of “miracles” now n’ then. The virgin Mary appears. The sick are healed. God talks to Moses.(According to the Bible. A cusinart of rumour,innuendo and questionable “facts” assembled by hundreds of special interest “authors” over thousands of years. Now – that’s credibility…..right?) Callin’ the “G” Man Would’nt ya think […]

28Oct2010 | | 9 comments | Continued
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French Churches – Part One of Four

French Churches – more of ‘em than French cheese. All over the freakin’ place! Cities. Villages large,medium and small. Even tiny “Hameaus”(a collection of houses with no commerce) you’ll find a small piece of stone celebrating the Father, the Son and the Holy Ghost. Or all three. French Churches are not simply momuments to Religion, […]

13Oct2010 | | 11 comments | Continued