Ecclesiam res et talia sermocinamur -

We talk about the Church, stuff, and such

Sunday, January 29, 2006


Visitors over the last few days may have noticed that we now have rotating headers. This piece of computer witchery is courtesy of the American Inquisition, who also supplied two of the photographs (the ones that don't look like the others). You should all go visit him, say thank you, and read his fascinating and ongoing series on vestments. Also, we no longer have the hover caption for the header telling where the church is. The original header depicts The Seven Sorrows of Mary, Nashville's 2nd and longest serving cathedral (the first building sat on what is now capitol hill and was demolished when St. Mary's was built in the 1840's). The other interior shots are of the Cathedral of the Incarnation, Nashville's current cathedral. The ones without the red letters are from AI and are places in Britain, the exact locations of which I forget because I am a bum and didn't write it down when AI told me. But we hope you enjoy!

Update: AI has been kind enough to remind us that the header with ruins is from Tintern Abbey in Wales, and the other one (the doorway) is from Canterbury Cathedral.

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Blogger Moneybags said...

Paul, the blog header looks wonderful. Excellent job. It's very appealing.

7:21 PM  
Blogger Jason said...

The header with ruins is from Tintern Abbey in Wales. The other one is from Canterbury Cathedral. Cheers! :-)

8:25 AM  

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