basilica of st. francis: by rob Goldstein
Adding on to Rob’s post here’s a little research I did about this historical structure from 1717. The settlement was named for St. Francis of Assisi, the founder of the Franciscan Order, but was also commonly known as “Mission Dolores” owing to the presence of a nearby creek named Arroyo de Nuestra Señora de los Dolores, meaning “Our Lady of Sorrows Creek.”
Credits: Wikipedia. You can read more here.
Catch up with Rob’s wondrous post, Look Through my Window, from my 2nd Blogiversary here.
Rob Goldstein is a writer and artist in San Francisco, California.
Connect with him at https://robertmgoldstein.com
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