Sunday, June 29, 2008

St John the Baptist Catholic Church, Savannah, Georgia

We build beautiful cathedrals as a place to worship. This Gothic cathedral in downtown Savannah represents our yearning for God.

This isn’t the epitome of religion. Religion at work would look like a person feeding the poor, or ministering to an AIDS orphan—someone strong lending their strength to someone weak. True religion is well represented in a Habitat-for-Humanity home, or a homeless shelter, or even simple acts of kindness and forgiveness to those with whom we live and work.
—Photograph by Robert McLaughlin

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