Wednesday, May 16, 2018

Catholic Church of the Immaculate Conception of San Diego


When I was in San Diego, I saw a church in the old town section. It was a small but beautiful church:










San Diego's The Catholic Church of the Immaculate Conception might a small church near a tourist trap but it a very beautiful one.

12 comments:

  1. That's quite the name: The Catholic Church of the Immaculate Conception. Such a pretty church though!

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  2. Beautiful churches ##thinkingoutloudthursday@_karendennis

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  3. Beautiful churches ##thinkingoutloudthursday@_karendennis

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  4. Very nice church... a good mix of pre- and post-Vatican II styles.

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  5. Beautiful! I love to visit old churches -- they have such personality!

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  6. I'm enraptured by old churches at the moment - couldn't resist going into them in France. I especially love the photo in the centre with the cross and the blue-washed back wall with cherubs. Gorgeous. #TeamLovinLife

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  7. That is beautiful, I just love old churches. Thanks for sharing at bloggers pit stop. Connie

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  8. Beautiful pics. As a Catholic, I love visiting different Catholic Church's during my travels. My absolute favorite is St. Severin in Paris. When my husband and I visit Paris (to see his family--he's a Parisien) St. Severin is where I attend Sunday Mass. The church is so old and smells so musty and the cantor has the most beautiful voice. I also love to follow the Mass in French because it helps me with the language. And yes--I love St. Severin far more than Notre Dame or St. Sulice. It's just a very charming and calming place to be and to reflect!

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  9. Gorgeous. I've not been to San Diego. I've done much of the US but never been down that way. One day.

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  10. Lovely photos. I would love to take a look around. Thanks for sharing with us #Weekendbloghop

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  11. I have been to San Diego, but I have never been to this wonderful church. I definitely must visit next time. Thank you for sharing your visit, and these gorgeous photographs with the Hearth and Soul Link Party. I hope you are enjoying the long weekend!

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