Beautiful places of worship

P1220170r P1220171rProud am I not of anything commonplace but of the beautiful parishes we have in our little island. I always say that we are spoilt for choice.  On a small island we have more than 30 places of worship, not counting the chapels and adoration rooms and the  convents and the places where the religious live and serve the good Lord.

We are spoilt for choice in the times of masses available. If one cannot make it in one place, one can always find another. The earliest on a weekday will be at 6.15 a.m. while the latest can be 8 p.m. We also have masses in foreign languages and dialects specially for our foreign friends who may  be studying or working here. Amazing grace!

Here are two parishes that I am familiar with. The first is named after St Anne, the mother of the Blessed Virgin Mary and the second photo shows a church of more than a hundred years of age. It is the Church of the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary.