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Loome Theological Booksellers
This bookstore in Stillwater, Minnesota specializes in “providing discerning readers with hard-to-find scholarly and classic Catholic, Orthodox, Protestant, and related books…” The panotour you see here will be serving as a memorial of sorts to the bookstore housed in an old church. The owners are moving the business to a new location in the late… Continue reading Loome Theological Booksellers
The Church of St. Agnes
This very beautiful church in the “FrogTown” area of Saint Paul, Minnesota is the home of the Twin Cities Catholic Chorale. It is one of only a handful of Churches dedicated to maintaining the Catholic Church’s tradition of musical excellence in the context of the Sacred Liturgy. The Chorale presents a full season of choral Masses with… Continue reading The Church of St. Agnes
St. Anthony Shrine, Cincinnati, Ohio
The historic Chapel of the National Shrine of St. Anthony in the Mt. Airy neighborhood of Cincinnati, Ohio was consecrated on Thanksgiving Day 1889, a little more than a year after the cornerstone was laid. This tour has several high resolution panoramas with numerous feature detail photos. There are also some historic photos showing the… Continue reading St. Anthony Shrine, Cincinnati, Ohio
Schoenstatt Retreat Center
The International Schoenstatt Retreat Center in Waukesha is also home to a Schoenstatt Shrine and The Province House of the Schoenstatt Sisters of Mary. This tour features the facility in a lovely mantel of winter weather. I have several detail views included so be sure to explore all the “hot spots.” Give the panoramas time… Continue reading Schoenstatt Retreat Center
Cincinnati City Hall
Cincinnati City Hall, the government seat for the City of Cincinnati, is across 8th St. from St. Peter in Chains Cathedral, the spiritual seat for the Catholic Church in the Archdiocese of Cincinnati, and that is across the street from the Plum Street Temple, one of the oldest synagogue buildings in the United States
The Cathedral Basilica of St. Francis of Assisi
The Catholic faith came to New Mexico with the Franciscans in 1598. The city of Santa Fe was founded in 1610 and the original church was built in that same year. This church was built in 1886. Of special interest is the La Conquistadora Chapel which is largely made from the remains of the church… Continue reading The Cathedral Basilica of St. Francis of Assisi
St. Mark’s Catholic Church
St. Mark’s Church in Cincinnati, Ohio was recently shut down and the community merged with a few other small parish communities at another location. It is currently being utilized by a group that hopes to be able to restore the church for use as a dedicated parish centered on the traditional latin liturgy. Click on… Continue reading St. Mark’s Catholic Church
Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church
Another long abandoned church building in the Sedamsville neighborhood of Cincinnati, Ohio. The Cincinnati Preservation Society managed to forestall the immanent destruction of this building with the hope of finding someone to buy and renovate the structure.
First German Reformed Church
Here are several 360 panoramas from the long abandoned “Reformed Church.” Lots of texture and clutter here!
The Basilica of St. Josaphat, Virtual Tour
This beautiful Basilica in Milwaukee is worth a visit, meanwhile take a virtual tour to see it for yourself.
Holy Family Church Virtual Tour
Here is a Virtual Tour featuring multiple viewpoints (nodes) of Holy Family Church in Dayton, Ohio. This church is staffed by the Priestly Fraternity of St. Peter (FSSP) and is the only parish in the Archdiocese of Cincinnati where The Holy Sacrifice of the Mass and all the Sacraments are celebrated according to the extraordinary… Continue reading Holy Family Church Virtual Tour
The Cathedral of St. Paul
Here are a few panos from the amazing cathedral in St. Paul, Minnesota.
Our Lady of the Most Holy Trinity Chapel, Thomas Aquinas College
“From its inception, the vision for Our Lady of the Most Holy Trinity Chapel has been predicated upon four distinguishing marks: beauty, which disposes us to what is true and good; grandeur, which lifts the mind to contemplate God’s transcendence; permanence, which reminds us that God’s word is everlasting; and tradition, which connects us to… Continue reading Our Lady of the Most Holy Trinity Chapel, Thomas Aquinas College
San Buenaventura Mission
San Buenaventura Mission was the last of the California Missions founded by Blessed Junipero Serra.
Mission Santa Barbara, California
Also known as “The Queen of the Missions.” This was the 10th of 21 Franciscan missions that shaped much of the history of California. I have created 6 panos of this beautiful Mission see all of them here.
St. Rose Catholic Church, Cincinnati
Here is one of two new panoramas that I made of St. Rose Church. The interior was recently repainted so I returned to document the new look. Be sure to visit the St. Rose page to see both panos and find links to the previous tour so that you can compare for yourself the old… Continue reading St. Rose Catholic Church, Cincinnati
St. Lawrence Catholic Church, Cincinnati
St. Lawrence Church has an impressive Gothic edifice with three steeples dominating the skyline of Price Hill. The church was dedicated in 1894. I was particularly impressed by the stained glass windows. See some detail pictures of those on the St. Lawrence page in the Prayer Places section.
All Saints Church, Walton, Kentucky
The people of All Saints Parish wanted to create a building in which the sacred is evident and that is modest and simple yet beautiful. They hired design architect Duncan Stroik, whose firm specializes in ecclesiastical design, to help them achieve their goal. Not only did they succeed in their goal but also have proven… Continue reading All Saints Church, Walton, Kentucky
Holy Cross-Immaculata Church, Cincinnati
This pano taken to commemorate the 150th anniversary of the laying of the cornerstone for this church building. Set high up on Mt Adams, there is a dramatic view overlooking the Ohio River and downtown Cincinnati, Ohio. See all 5 panos of HC-I Church here.