Category Archives: Relics of Religion


New York?

Having had a few weeks to think about it, and spending some time looking through the photographs that I took through those 7 days in April, I have come to the conclusion that New York is […]

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Quin Friary Redeemed

While the previous image reflected the history of Quin Friary–dark and grim–this is how it looks today in the pleasant light of a May evening.

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Quin Friary, County Clare.

The stones that were used to construct Quin Friary were torn from the ruins of an earlier Anglo-Norman castle that was built by Thomas de Clare, Lord of Thomond in 1280. The Normans were no slouches when […]

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Spaca Moskalyk Redeemed

Today in the Edmonton Journal: “Parishioners have voted to save the 89-year-old Spaca Moskalyk Ukrainian Church located just north of Mundare in Lamont County.” Spared from the flames – but for how long? There are […]

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Relics of Religion: Spaca Moskalyk

Related articles Efforts underway to postpone controlled burn of old church

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Watching over you


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Nature Rising

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