VIII. Religulous

There are a bunch of surprisingly interesting religious things around Connecticut. Several of quirky labors of love and others are historically significant.

Labyrinths, though usually religious in nature, can be found here.
Cemeteries and the like, though usually religious in nature, can be found here.

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Holy Land, Waterbury, 11/19/2004
The Vatican Gardens Replica, Bridgeport, 6/14/2008
The Most photographed church in New England, Litchfield, 11/2/2008
Sanctuary of Love, Norwich, 11/14/2008
Patrick Baker and Sons, Fairfield
Lourdes of Litchfield, Litchfield
The Oldest Parish in the New World, Windsor
“Our Lady of Hartford” shrine, Hartford
18th century creche, Bethlehem
Gingerbread Village at St. George’s, Middlebury
God’s Acre, New Canaan
Glebe House Museum/First Bishop in America, Woodbury

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Lourdes in Litchfield

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Old Dead Catholic hand, Mystic (info)
First and Only Greek Orthodox Chapel inside an American University (info)
Mark Twain’s Pew, Asylum Hill Congregational Church, Hartford
Trinity Episcopal Church, Salisbury
Site of Trinity Church, Fairfield (Info)

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