sketches and anticdotes about my interests and travels
Wednesday, 16 April 2014
I would have described this Catholic church built in 1931 as art deco, however Wikipedia tells me its "perpendicular gothic". At first glance it is very simple, but upon farther study the tower has stepped and bevelled corners and is tall enough to be seen from several blocks away.
There are some decorative elements and a couple of niches presumably waiting for saints.
It's a well attended busy place judging by the ebb and flow of cars and families at various masses each weekend.