Picture of your church/chapel
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#22
Wow, all of these churches are amazing!

I already posted mine in Pax's thread, but here it is again:

St. Patrick's Church
Medicine Hat, AB, Canada

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#23
Medicine Hat??!  Is there a story behind that name??

Great church btw !
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(11-12-2010, 12:17 PM)paragon Wrote: Medicine Hat??!  Is there a story behind that name??

Great church btw !

Thanks! The city's name comes from the translation of a Blackfoot term referring to the headdress worn by their medicine men.  Most people just call it "the Hat", though.
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(11-12-2010, 12:17 PM)paragon Wrote: Medicine Hat??!  Is there a story behind that name??

Great church btw !
Western Canada has some interesting city names.

I live in Moose Jaw, for example. :) Some little towns near Moose Jaw include Elbow, Eyebrow, and Drinkwater.
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#26
:laughing:  Wow.

That really is an incredible looking church for such a small town, Vivace. 
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(11-12-2010, 12:32 PM)paragon Wrote: :laughing:  Wow.

That really is an incredible looking church for such a small town, Vivace. 

To me, Medicine Hat is huge! (61,000 people). My friend and I once got lost for 45 minutes in Med Hat... I just know how to get to church and get back out  :)

Here's a super tiny picture of the church in my home town:

St. Augustine's
Taber, Alberta

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My town is named after the word "tabernacle", by the way. There's a nearby town named "Elcan" (-nacle, backwards)
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#28
Wow... I've lived in a town that size before...you should have seen the church there!  It's smaller than the church in your home town!!
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St. Anthony of Padua Church in West Orange, NJ I sometimes attend!

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