As I’ve said before, I love the old churches in Europe. I love what they stand for – how people took hundreds of years to finish these monuments to God and His glory. Today many people believe that these churches are dead, relevant only because of their architecture and art. But I’m not so sure. They remain places for people to connect with their God. They remain places for people to come to spend time with God, seek something of what He is saying to them here and now. Like this man, I photographed sitting quietly in a side wing in Rouen’s cathedral.
And then, perhaps these old churches even serve for people to connect with each other. 🙂