Daily life in a large mixed up Catholic family. Relying on prayer, the Mass and lots o' coffee to keep on going!
Where is that last picture?
Chris not sure. Might be one if the Rome churches it maybe Siena.
It's in Santa Maria Sopra Minerva, a church built by Pope Zacharias in the 7th century over the site of a former temple to Minerva, as a symbol of Christianity's conquest and vanquish of the pagan religion and gods. It was an Eastern rite monastery until remodeled in the Gothic style when it became Headquarters to the Dominicans in the 1200's. St. Catherine of Siena is entombed under the altar there and Fra Angelico entombed there as well.
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