Saturday, March 06, 2010


Rocky and I decided to take a drive in the country and went down Route 5 through Southern Maryland. We visited St. John Regis. The parish has been which has been around since 1640. The current building went up in 1898.


It's one of the prettiest little Southern Maryland churches I've ever seen. They haven't wreckovated and the Blesed Sacrament is right in front. They have two very handsome Marian shrines in the cemetary. Afterwards we drove to Leonardtown and ate at a superb French restaurant, After that we drove to Piney Point to see the lighthouse and park and then to St. George Island to watched birds.

St. George is a beautiful little spot and I've never had the experience of being on land but below the water before.

1 comment:

Anita Moore said...

I'm glad that little church is intact. I wish I could say the same for the still lovely yet wounded cathedral in my town.

I don't think I'll ever understand why people can be sloppy-sentimental about an old, ugly, abandoned school building, but not think twice about messing up a beautiful, historic church.