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Sunday, October 18, 2009


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Hats off to your Methodists.


Then you have very open-minded Methodists. Kudos to them for purchasing and saving these wonderful artwork.


Very interesting...I've never heard, nor would I ever have conceived of a Methodist church posting any of the stations of the cross, which has always been a strictly Roman Catholic thingy.

The video on the piano stairs was hilarious. Many thanks!


I did not know the Methodists had this art.
accessible to the public worries me somewhat for their safety. Kudos to you!


Great post. When I first looked at the picture I thought, "Oh, Greensboro DP got into a Catholic Church!". Yes, the Stations of the Cross is a very Catholic devotion. But, it is good to remember that the mainstream Protestant Churches (starting with the Lutherans) have Roman Catholic roots. So, many traditions were brought over and fell by the wayside over the centuries. It warms my heart to see that this Methodist Church appreciates this particular devotion - even if only in art.

Thanks for the mention...and thanks for the link to Mexico City Daily Photo. I did enjoy going there and seeing the religious art.

Sorry I missed Sacred Sunday. We'll have to figure out a way to work together to get the meme started.

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