No scampering for us as we continued our journey down country roads in search of the next Painted Churches in Texas built by Czech immigrants.
Having started our tour at Queen of the Holy Rosary and St. John the Baptist we meandered down more rural roads in search of our next stop. We didn’t have to go far since all of the parishes are within a few miles of each other.
St. Mary’s Church in Praha (English for Prague)
The next two churches were only open to guided tours. Since we were doing self-guided we were not able to go inside. They were still gorgeous in their simple and quiet surroundings.
Ascension of Our Lord in Moravia
Looking through glass doors Hubby managed to get a picture of the altar.
St. John in St. John, Texas
Many of the parishes had these wonderful outdoor spaces for gatherings. What a great concept!
Next up – we attend Mass in High Hill at another church named St. Mary’s and also known as the Queen of the Painted Churches. You won’t want to miss the beauty!
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Stunning photos! I never would have guessed they’re in Texas. 😊
We were pretty surprised too!
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