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The Church with the (Really) Blue Doors – Part 2
Last spring when I was exploring in the town of Beaupré east of Québec City, I drove past a rather plain nondescript church.
Simple modern lines, newish looking stone facade. It was okay to look at but my first impression was decidedly m’eh.
I reached a roundabout a short way down the road and something was telling me to circle back and take another look.
As I tried to figure out what was suddenly drawing me in for a second peek, it became obvious to this door lover: the dark blue colour of these doors on l’Eglise Notre-Dame-Du-Saint-Rosaire was highly unusual for a church in these parts.
I mean as far as I can tell, blue doors of any shade are highly unusual on a church, period.
The only other time I remember seeing it was on a church closer to home that I blogged about here in Mascouche. And I’ll be darned if that one didn’t have the same name.
So now I’m down a rabbit hole trying to find out if two churches of the same name both having blue doors is just a co-inkydink or if there’s a connection between Our Lady of the Rosary and the colour blue.
If anyone else has some insight on this please let me know.
In the meantime, isn’t this last one adorable?
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