Blasts From My Past
Just in case you thought I was kidding, here are pictures of the seminary church in Argentina I was talking about a few posts down. Pretty, ain't it? It took seven hours to consecrate, and was built for a song compared to First World standards. I am glad they got rid of that aweful reredo and replaced it with a nice red curtain. The seminarians as you can see also now face the right direction in choir: facing each other rather than facing the altar. Gosh I miss it!
For my Orthodox and Anglican readers, you will be happy to know that the name of the church is Immaculate Conception Church (the day of its consecration) and the name of the seminary..... Our Lady Co-Redemptrix Seminary. Can't get any more Trad RC than that, can you?
Go here for more fun Lefebvrist pictures of the annual pilgrimage to Lujan the seminarians lead on foot every year. (Approximately a 25 mile trek in cassock and surplice.... ah, the memories.)