Posts Tagged ‘parish’

The Tenderloin’s St. Boniface Parish Celebrates 150 Years – Church is 110 Years Young

Tuesday, June 29th, 2010

San Francisco’s St. Boniface Parish is celebrating 150 years in San Francisco this month.

It’s an impressive facility, nullus? Check it:

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And a random saint from the massive south wall for good measure, let’s call him St. Peter:

Happy birthday, Saint Boniface Parish!

A Sacrilege on McAllister Street – One or the Other

Friday, February 12th, 2010

Prominent San Francisco landmark St. Ignatius Church at the University of San Francisco on Fulton Street has been around almost a hundred years, which is a long time for our town. But the view of these Catholic missile silos  from the Leave-It-To Beaver section of McAllister Street is now ruined by this loud Crayola house.

Sic transit gloria San Francisco:  

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But if that doesn’t boil your blood, how about this sign from a couple houses over for tout le Monde to see?

There’s your sacrilege, one or the other.

The Shimmering Towers of San Francisco’s St. Ignatius Church at USF

Saturday, March 14th, 2009

On the campus of the University of San Francisco at the corner of Parker and Fulton, you’ll find St. Ignatius Church.

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Well-lit at night, it can be seen from many parts of the City.