Sometimes I think I should have become a nun for my never-weaning interest in churches. If only one could focus on the architecture and not the dogma! Constructed in the perpendicular Gothic style, the attention to detail is what draws a viewer (okay, me!) to the Blessed Sacrament Catholic Church in the Glebe. Built in 1931, the text in the flamboyant arch is not painted but actually painstakingly carved into the stone. At the time of construction, the church was criticized for visually appearing to be more like a Pentecostal Church. I personally find this an especially ironic issue, as we are not supposed to be judged on appearances in the secular world, least of all in the religious communities. Hopefully 'They' have gotten over it.