The last few days have been a busy blur. But here are a few images from the blur.
First, a shot of the interior of Santa Maria sopra Minerva. It is a rare Gothic church, in the hands the hands of the Dominicans, near the Pantheon. Bernini’s famous little elephant is just outside.
Over at Sant’Agostino, at the tomb of Monica, the mother of Augustine of Hippo. The woman praying there was pretty focused.
At the little “Purgatory Church” on the banks of the Tiber, there are some items which show the “touch” of pugatorians.
In Santa Maria del Popolo, the chapel where two painting by Caravaggio are found, the Crucifixion of Peter and the Conversion of Paul.
I was on the steps of San Carlo ai Catinari and … here came a procession from S. Maria in Campitelli.
It was a little disorganized, but that happens.
At supper, we were given this.
And I was given that. Rabbit, of course.
For the Eucharistic Procession at Ss. Trinita dei Pelegrini, here is the “macchina”.
I gave a friend my camera and he got some great action photos.
After the procession, it was off to pack and hop a ride to another country.