Sunday, February 08, 2009
Standing in the Parish Church in Vienna
The work that goes into some places of worship sometimes astounds the senses as one realizes just how the faith transforms into artistic expression. My aunt Kathy sent me the link to this one-gig 3-D scrollable photo of the Parish Church of Marie Treu, in Vienna, Austria; it had its first mass in 1796. Scroll and you'll get a sense of what it might be to stand in the church gazing upward, turning to admire the beauty of the structure. Follow my link here and check it out. Exterior shot is from Wikipedia. Thanks, Kathy!
Posted by John Nelson at 4:06 PM