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TLM’s of the West Coast

Regular readers will note that I typically drop in a picture of some species of sacred art or architecture into every post. I think it’s important to share our patrimony for the sake of studying the art itself.

All of the pictures to date, unless otherwise noted, are taken directly from my camera roll – meaning I took them myself because I have visited those places.

Today two of my friends sent in some photos. I would like to share them with you. If nothing else, you can see that there are options when you travel.

First up, the parish of St. Stephen the First Martyr in Sacramento, CA. This parish is run by the FSSP and has been described to me as the “original flagship of the Fraternity” before that spot was taken by Mater Dei in the Dallas area.

Next up is another west coast property – the parish of the Holy Innocents in North Long Beach, CA.

Pray that one day soon, all of our Catholic churches will once again look like Catholic churches.

Sacred Art

Having just returned home yet still wishing to keep to my daily posting commitment, I offer tonight a break for sacred art.

The reader who emailed me the other day was the man who runs St. Luke’s Gallery – known to many of my own readers because, hey, Traddyland is like that. He wrote again and gave his permission to share his link which I happily do below.

Please take a moment to visit his site here.

St. Luke the Evangelist

St. Luke, pray for us!