Saturday, October 18, 2008

serving friend's wedding

Last Sat, Oct 11, it was my pleasure to serve the wedding of a good friend, Julia Bauereis, now Julia Walsh at the gorgeous All Saints Catholic Church in Walton, KY. I served with another seminarian, from St. Meinrad, who is a good man and will make a good priest.

The five-year-old new Church is one of the most beautiful new constructions I've ever seen. It was designed by Duncan Stroik, head of the architecture department at the University of Notre Dame.

Below are some pics. I took those of the bride. Those of the Church are from Duncan Stroik's website on the project.

I think she kinda looks like the great Joan Crawford

Here some pics of All Saints:


Padre Paulus said...

WOW...! Hands-down, one of the nicest (if not the nicest) new church I've ever seen... the pastor in me wants to know how much it cost...?

Amy M. said...

I know you're going to think I'm being a nitpicky traddie...but I'd like to see a high altar and some stained glass windows in the church proper. The architecture is more reminiscent of a courthouse than of a Catholic church, in my estimation, especially from the outside appearance. I could drive by that building without even knowing it is Catholic.

Sorry I'm such a Debbie Downer...I probably have unrealistic standards. *shrug*