#thursdaydoors: doors of the community

Communities have important institutional doors. Wandering around a town on two mornings last month, I captured both church and state. In the 19th century, each would have served as a place for community gathering, discussion, and no doubt, gossip. Though hopefully the gossip came outside, after the service/mass.

For Thursday Doors (July 14, 2016)







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    • “The church and rectory date from 1902. Planters abound, and a new memorial garden was added between the Rectory and the “blah” school safety doors a few years ago,” she explained. “I imagine the parish wanted an inviting door.”


the time has come, the walrus said, to talk of many things . . .

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