Leaving the central Texas area around Schulenburg – and not feeling tethered to a strict timeline – we were making our way toward Huntsville and enjoying the scenery. We had visited all the churches on our list plus one more and were satisfied with our exploration of this small section of the Lone Star State.
All of a sudden we saw a teeny tiny building in the distance that looked like a small church. As we flew by at 65 mph we saw the sign and, indeed, it was a church!
Hitting the brakes and making a U-turn we quickly made our way back to see what was what. As the sign states, visitors were welcome to tour the grounds and the building.
On the altar was a notebook for prayer intentions along with a note which stated that Mass is held once a month.
St. Martins – It was the most charming stumbled-on find of the weekend.
Thanks for joining me on this journey to visit The Painted Churches of Texas- I hope you enjoyed seeing the pictures as much as I enjoyed taking them.
If you would like to see the other churches we visited that weekend I’ve included the links below:
St. John the Baptist in Ammansville and Queen of the Holy Rosary in Hostyn
St. Mary’s in Praha and Ascension of Our Lord in Moravia
St. Cyril and Methodius in Dubina
One thought on “Painted Churches of the Texas: The Tiny One”
Fabulous! What an interesting and lovely weekend getaway. Love to see these on one of my Texas visits.
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