Sedona Diary / Day 2 … It’s a Church, pilgrim …

2 Nov

Chapel of the Holy Cross, Sedona, Arizona
(photo taken by my partner Rose)

I’m not Catholic … or a Christian …
But I have no problem with most anybody’s else’s religion.
If I see a Church, a Chapel, or a Temple,
I figure there’s an Altar in there.
And that’s about God. Love.
As far a I know.
Amen.

So here we have the Chapel of the Holy Cross near Sedona. It’s a popular place for many visitors – and many who feel the same way I do. I spotted a van load of Buddhist monks, bikers … people of every stripe.
An enjoyable experience – and for some a profound spiritual pilgrimage.

Chapel of the Holy Cross Catholic Church with Cathedral Rock (appropriately) in the distance.

Image above from the 3 minute video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Th6wxvZxo_o

“Built on a mesa overlooking Sedona Arizona, this Roman Catholic Chapel was completed in 1956. Inspired and commissioned by sculptor Marguerite Brunswig Staude, a student of Frank Lloyd Wright.”

What’s this all got to do with Westerns? Probably absolutely nuthin’.

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