Monday, October 31, 2016
This is the new Co Cathedral of the Sacred Heart, which replaced the old one in 2005. The new cathedral is a very large church located just one block from the old cathedral.
This is the old Co Cathedral of the Sacred Heart in Houston Texas. The new Co Cathedral is located one block over and this cathedral, originally a 1912 church that was elevated to the status of Co Cathedral in 1959. The other cathedral for the Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston is located in Galveston, with that church being the Mother Cathedral for Texas.
Iphone photograph from the highway, with the new Co Cathedral also partially visible.
This is the Antioch Missionary Baptist Church in downtown Houston, Texas. The church was built in 1875.
This church, located right downtown, has undoubtedly seen a lot of changes in this immediate neigbhorood.
Sunday, October 30, 2016
This is the Ruby Ruth Fuller Building in Port Arthur, Texas. It was built as a Methodist Church in 1915.
This church may frankly not belong on this blog, as I really question if Port Arthur can be considered the "West". I highly doubt it. I don't know where the West really starts, but it's somewhere west of Port Arthur. Still, this church is west of the Mississippi, so I've included it here.
All of which, I suppose, begs the question a bit. If churches in Port Arthur are in the South (and there are a lot of churches in Port Arthur, are churches in Houston in the South also? What about churches in Dallas. Maybe. Maybe some are in both the South and the West. What about churches in Oklahoma?
Well, we have no desire to create a vast new profusion of blogs, but perhaps we should add a few for this purpose. We're pondering that, and have reserved the URLs to do it. For the meantime, as this posting is at least geographically credible, we'll be content to post this one here.