I love the shape of the building. How wonderful is it that it is fish shaped!
What a unique building. Thanks for sharing!
How interesting and such beautiful building inside and out! blessings,Kathleen
I was wondering what would be your X word. Very interesting. An ichthus building!!!! Who Knew?Thanks for sharing this!
What a gorgeous building. Just beautiful. Great X post.
What an interesting building, it really does remind me of a fish.
Wonderful...my son has a best friend who his name is XAVI....wonderful name too!!~Beautiful pics.
The church does look like a fish! I did a post on Xavier, too, and I know what AMDG means on the cornerstone!
For a minute there I thought that you were going to write about our beloved St Francis Xavier University in Antigonish Nova Scotia. What a beautiful church that is - a lovely place to worship.
I love that is fish shaped~ what a feat of engineering!
What an accomplishment this must have been for the designer to see his project completed. Love the shape and it is beautiful inside as well. Looking forward to the next two weeks as you finish up the alphabet with Y and Z!
What a unique and beautiful church! And one of my favorite saints as well! Very nice X post.
I really like the shape of that church! Gorgeous architecture.
What cool architecture! And what a clever use of the letter "X"! I got a bit worried that there might be rulers involved when I saw the "Xavier" title...that was a close one!Thanks for linking up to Alphabe-Thursday! This has been such a fun journey and you have really helped make it X-ceptionally special!A+
what a cool building!
What an interesting X post, I'm amazed at what everyone is coming up with this week.Maggie
St. Francis Xavier is a wonderful saint! So glad to see a beautiful church in his honor. Thanks for the fun "X" post.
What an amazing and beautiful structure! This is an eXcellent post for today! ~ Sarah
Wow, love that architecture! Fish indeed. Thanks for sharing the great photos with us.
very cool church :D
I love the fish shape. Like how you connected it all. Love your rose pictures too. What a gorgeous garden.
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what an interesting building ... it really is fish shaped ... how cool!
hello!thanks for coming by to see me sweetie! i appreciate the time you took to do so!and what a marvel of architecture that a building can be made into fish shapes, yes?ciao bellacreative carmelina
Beautiful building, love the fish shape!
Gayle, I just wanted to drop by and let you know that I was praying for your family today. It was three years ago today that my mother-in-law passed away...and as I was thinking of our loss, I thought of your family and prayed for you.
Love the monolithic art of color blocking which ties into the exterior structure...Most impactful.Kudos for your X day post!please come visit me at:http://adivashammer.com/Where I too joined in the X-EXTRAVAGANZA :)Isn't Ms Jenny's class the most fun?
The architecture is modern, but clean and simply and lovely. I'd like to hear more about Saint Francis Xavier.
What awesome architecture. I love that building, and your photos are first rate! Thanks.
I have never seen a building in the shape of a fish - interesting. I love St. Francis Xavier, one of my favorite saints!
What a great shape for a church! An ICTHUS :)
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