Sunday, June 5, 2016

Our Lady Of Sorrows

This is Our lady Of Sorrows Roman Catholic Church which is located on Bloor St W in the Kingsway neighbourhood. It was constructed in 1940 and as you can tell by the fencing around the front, it is undergoing some renovations.
Taking part in Inspired Sunday. Click HERE to see more religious buildings from around the world.

17 comments:

Andy said...

Nice one Pat. I am always attracted to stone churches.

Gosia said...

Looks nice I love the stone which is built from .as i can see we have much more earlier spring here

Jackie McGuinness said...

I so wish our churches were open.

Cloudia said...

Solid little gem

Lowell said...

I think it is a beautiful structure but then I like all things stone!

Sharon said...

I think I have to agree with the group above. That stone makes that place.

Revrunner said...

Appears in better shape than some churches I've seen that are not undergoing renovation.

The Greenockian said...

Lovely church - like the round window.

Tom said...

I'd love to see the rose window!

William Kendall said...

It's quite a beautiful design.

Taken For Granted said...

WHen I saw the fencing I was afraid this church was coming down. My friends and I were talking today about the future of large urban church buildings as their congregations dwindle and disappear. Good to know the fence is only to protect renovation.

Meggie said...

I would love to see the interior....the one I posted today, has almost completed all their renovations.

Jack said...

I like traditional church design like this. Stonework adds to the seriousness.

E. said...

i really enjoy the front window. such a beauty. ( :

GreenComotion said...

What a beautiful Church!
I love the photo and the building.
Have a Happy Week ahead, Pat.
Peace :)

Jim said...

There are similar churches in design in Australia but they would be built in brick. Love the stone though.

Lace up and Walk said...

Lovely photo. Love the round petal design window.