Marty’s photo of the day #4320: When in Europe, Deb and I make it a point to visit churches. We don’t do it for religious reasons, but instead because they double as art museums. In 2018, while in Florence, Italy, we visited a Catholic church that featured multiple nude statues that were just fine for […]
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Marty’s photo of the day #3836: This is a small part of the Santa Maria del Fiore (the Florence Cathedral) in Florence, Italy. It is the third largest church in the world. I love all the great old Catholic churches in Europe, with their spectacular architecture and artwork. Still, every time I admire these great […]
Marty’s photo of the day #3472: This is the last of my Catholic Church photos from Spain until next Christmas. Today’s is of a huge door at the entrance to one of those churches. While I believe that much of the labor to build these magnificent churches came via slaves, this door is actually signed, […]
Marty’s photo of the day #3113: It’s always tough deciding what to post on Christmas. Should I go with an animal or scenic shot, or should I find something more in the spirit of the day? Religion aside, I love touring the old Catholic Churches in Europe because the art inside them can be stunning, […]
Marty’s photo of the day #3002: I photographed this in a small, rural Spanish city. It’s on the side of a Catholic church. I debated posting it, for fear that some Republican might share it over on Trump’s twitter feed, and he’d find it inspiring.
Yesterday, as their contribution to LGBT Pride Month, the Catholic Church rejected that people can be intersex or transgender by issuing a bigoted document called “Male and Female He Created Them.” One thing followers of the Bible have failed to realize is that people are better educated today and more likely to do a little […]