Wednesday, October 19, 2016
Saint Agnes Church in Saint Paul, Minnesota (USA)
The Church of Saint Agnes is a baroque Austro-Hungarian parish located in Saint Paul's historic Frogtown neighborhood.
The 205-foot green oxidized copper "onion tower" is a city landmark, known as the
. At night the green clock glows and the tower is bathed in light.
A Solemn High Mass has been sung in Latin on the high altar inside this church every single Sunday, without exception, since the church was completed over one-hundred years ago.
I cannot think of a more interesting parish in the state of Minnesota. A great many of us received our formation here, including Fr. Z, the famous pioneer of Internet evangelization fame.
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