Tuesday, March 06, 2007

San Juan Capistrano

Is where I'm hoping to attend Holy Mass this Sunday in California(I live near New York City, more on why I'll be in LA later). Check out these gorgeous photos taken by Gerald Augustinius at The Cafeteria is Closed. Hopefully, I'll be posting some of my own, when I return.

3 comments:

Reese said...

Those pictures are just breathtaking! (I could only see some of them, but from what I got, yes they are beautiful.)

To reply to your comment on my blog (and thank you for both your comments!):
I think Mr. Huckabee as president because I see him as more capable. Mr. Brownback is another wonderful man, yes, and Catholic he may be, Huckabee seems to have what it needs, Catholic or not.
To be honest then yes I would rather see Huckabee as president and Brownback as VP. But Brownback or Huckabee, either one of those two good men, I know God will choose who He knows best. If it is the other way around, like you say, I still think it would be a miracle (in Mary's words)– a ‘republican dream’!

Pax Christi tibi,
-Reese-

Reese said...

- Oh, and to answer to your other comment on my Brad Paisley post; "When I Get Where I'm Going" has got to be my top favorite song of his as well. I must agree, it brings tears to my eyes as well. I probably listen to that song at least 3 times a day, if not more. I listen to Brad Paisley 24/7 anyway, haha.

God Bless you!

Pax Christi tibi,
-Reese-

RobK said...

The Serra chapel is beautiful, but it is only a small part of the mission. For more SJC and other mission pics, I have some posted at kaiserfam.myphotoalbum.com

If you are in LA, I recommend seeing San Gabriel. The altar there is maginificent.

Hope you enjoy So Cal.