'Church Friday' was initiated by one of the respectable photojournalists from Crisfield Maryland USA, Ms. Patty Biegun of http://crisfieldnews.blogspot.com,http://www.breadandsalt.org; and equally respectable Ms. Reggie Girl of http://midlifeandmenapause.blogspot.com, for her dedication to save the dogs by building a "No-Kill" shelter termed as The Newman-Coweta Humane Society. They are actually inviting good friends out there who wants to share church photos..
I took the photo of this church during our recent travel to Macau, SAR last October 2008. Macau is about 3-hour drive from Shenzhen.
This church is highly historical and very close to our hearts because Macau is where our daughter was born and this church is where our daughter was baptised.
SE' CATHEDRAL, MACAU:
The Cathedral of Macau, also known as Sé Catedral, or simply Sé, is the mother church of the catholic Diocese of Macau, which once included the Catholic parishes in China, Japan and Korea. The diocese was formed even before Macau belonged to the Portuguese. The church has stood on the site of the cathedral going back to as early as 1576, when it was a mere wooden shed built. This was replaced by a more permanent structure in 1622. http://midlifeandmenapause.blogspot.com/