130. Theme 235 ~Places of Worship~

This one stopped me in my tracks!  It’s Saint Francis of Assisi Church, New York City.  Click HERE if you’d like a virtual tour.

Places of Worship

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Published in: on May 10, 2009 at 6:00 AM  Comments (12)  
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  1. Yipes! What a beautiful building nestled in among the high rises. Great shot!

  2. Good looking old church and what a contrast with the modern buildings on each side.

    /Christina, also participant but not on your list here beside…

  3. Great photo. The church is such a surprise between all of those modern building.

  4. Fabulous shot and processing. Terrific composition.

  5. I always love the contrasts of the old churches with the tall skyscrapers. Great shots of the buildings.

  6. it has stunned me into silence…magnificent!

  7. That is a beautiful shot! And the information on the church’s website is so interesting too.

  8. OMGosh, Stunning church! love everything about this one! A delight!!

  9. Such a wonderful church. Such a contrast between the other buildings. Lovely shot!

  10. A lovely building and a great photo, with the scrapers crowding in like that, but I find it incongruous that, someone devoted to poverty should be remembered in such a RICH fashion.

    • Ron,
      I took this info from their website and thought you might be interested in it.
      “For over 100 years, the Church of Saint Francis of Assisi has been more than just a house of worship in midtown Manhattan. It has served as the focal point for untold numbers of people seeking a place of compassion, inspiration, comfort, nourishment and education. Guided by the spirit of Il Poverello, the little poor man of Assisi, we are confident that St. Francis Church will continue to stand well into the 21st century and beyond as a beacon of faith, hope and love.”

  11. Isn’t that a beautiful gem? I’m trying to check out the virtual tour but my computer is having problems loading it. I’ll have to try the other computer later…


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