to be attached to holiness
And so, after a brief stop at an unadorned Methodist church, I resumed my painted-church tour.
The next one I found was in High Hill, where I found this little altar around the corner from the main entrance, tucked in beside a crooked column. There was a barricade around the altar, so I wasn’t able to examine the things that had been left there. (There were also some other people in the church which sort of…hindered my exploration. If you know what I mean.)
Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary Catholic Church
High Hill, Texas
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