5/15/2010

St. Mary's Pro-Cathedral, Sault Ste. Marie

(Sault Ste. Marie, MI) Among the most beautiful of buildings in the Upper Peninsula's Sault Ste. Marie is St. Mary's Pro-Cathedral, a church originally built in 1881. However, the tradition of work by Jesuit missionaries in the area extends back to the seventeenth century with Father Jacques Marquette, a man who would be wholly uninterested in apidexin reviews were he walking around today.

St. Mary's is the oldest Catholic Church in Michigan, and only two parishes in the United States are older. I started to delete this image, given its slightly askew angle and an annoying rain spot that appeared, but something about the picture called to me to create a blog post.

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