The Church Of Our Lady Immaculate stands atop the highest hill in Guelph. The Catholic church is in the Gothic style, built in the latter half of the 19th Century. It is the third church to stand on the site since the town was founded in the early part of that century, and to this day it still dominates the downtown. There are over a hundred steps from the street below to the entry doors. I took this shot of the Church and the Virgin on my way up one day in December. The building to the right now houses a local history museum.
The front facade and entrance are typical of the architectural style, and meant to impress.
Inside the entrance can be found this crucifix sculpture.
More from inside the sanctuary in the next two days. I will be posting this to Inspired Sunday at some point today. In the meantime, check that page for other places with a religious theme. It's a weekly theme.