Churches, churches, churches

They are quite magnificent in their way. Most steeples had working bells. Sundays sounded with the pealing of afternoon bells.

Author: writtencasey

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6 thoughts on “Churches, churches, churches”

  1. thank you, writtencasey, for clarifying this. thank you. most of the churches on my continent («this phrase is quite saddening) are closer to the ground than to the sky these days due to their age. ‘mericans maybe should build more dilapidated ones? old bricks? nickreeves.

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    1. makes me wonder what’s a church for anyways. Someone call the notorious men in charge-we’ve been doing this “religion” thing entirely wrong. and only now realizing it. man, too bad about all the was and genocide.

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    1. That be correct and fact. They aren’t real churches in the effing holy sense. They try hard to look old and grand like churches on your continent. But none are more than 100 years old. I suppose they’ll be more magical as more time passes.


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