Friday, 6 February 2015

Carlton, St Bernadette's Catholic Church

St Bernadette's Catholic Church, built in 1957, is located on the corner of Argyle Street and Short Street, in the southern suburb of Carlton.

24 comments:

  1. Interesant and different church, but beautiful.
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  2. I bet that stained glass behind the altar is pretty from inside too.

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  3. Appealing zig zag shape of the church roof., beautifully enhanced by the blue of the sky.

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  4. Pretty blue sky and a pretty church! Happy Skywatching!

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  5. It's beautiful. I'd love to see the interior, particularly that stained glass.

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  6. Love the deep blue of the sky and the steeple on the church!

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  7. Nothing better than your blue, blue skies, Jim. A great capture for the day!! Enjoy your weekend!!

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  8. Yes, I think a really great architectural composition, excellent photo!

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  9. looks like a great stained glass window.

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  10. A beautiful church! And the sky has a fantastic blue!

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  11. Beautiful sky photo and church and interesting posting! Love the colors.

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  12. Interesting how the church appears to be in the shape of a cross with an additional gable. Tom The Backroads Traveller

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  13. I'd love to see the stained glass window from the inside on a sunny day.

    Diana

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  14. I don't think I've heard of a St Bernadette's church before, Jim! Glad to see it!

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  15. I'd love to see that window from inside.

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