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I've been trying to find an image of St. Ann's in Salt Lake City. I'm not having any luck. I guess Google thinks it's too ugly too! (although the orphanage is gorgeous. go fig.)
What's with all the green roofs?
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(12-03-2011, 09:40 PM)AllWise Wrote: [ -> ]
(12-03-2011, 09:18 PM)Jacafamala Wrote: [ -> ]What's up with the six pointed star? What's that?

Probably the star of David to acknowledge the Old Testament and/or Jewish roots of Catholicism.

(12-03-2011, 09:16 PM)Jacafamala Wrote: [ -> ]You want 1950's ugly? I can do better. I have uglier than that right here. Circa 1980's--I think? Was Protestant, now a Catholic Church. New ugly.

This is perhaps the UGLIEST Catholic Church in the history of the world, in Vienna Austria
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I can't decide if it looks satanic, or like a porn club.

To me it looks like a modern art gallery -- or, in this post Apple Store world, a trendy shop.

It does not look like a Church.
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Old Salt, to embed an image, first copy the image link.  We'll say http ://linksite .com/image.

Use the "Insert Image" button on the post reply menu.  It will place these on the page:

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Put the link between them like this:

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I left a space between "[/" and "img]" so that it would show on this post. 
To the questions about the meaning of the six-pointed star: In heraldry, a "mullet of six points" is symbolic of devotion to Mary. Of course, the design in question also--inescapably--alludes to the Jewish "Magen David," but I suspect the Marian connotation is meant to be primary here. The Star of David wasn't widely understood to be a Jewish symbol until the 1600s or so, whereas the vocabulary of heraldry was pretty mature by that time.
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I finally got it!
Thanks all.

This [above] is the sanctuary of a Church built in the 50's.
"Church of Our Saviour" on Park Avenue Manhattan.

It still can be done.
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Here is another Catholic church built in 1954 in Greensboro North Carolina.
Built by one private donation.
Our Lady of Grace
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