Last week during Spring Break, my husband, youngest son, and I took a trip to Virginia to see our middle son, Ian. While in Virginia, we decided to work in a trip to see the Naval Academy in not-too-far-away Maryland, and found a neat place of worship in the basement of the main chapel.
|Naval Academy Chapel|
On the floor below the main chapel is a smaller chapel named after the Apostle, Andrew. This small, cozy place of prayer holds some wonderful (and so appropriate!) sea-related religious art.
|St. Andrew's Chapel|
|Hand-Embroidered Kneeling Pad|
|Stained Glass Window of St. Andrew|
|Another Stained Glass Window of St. Andrew|
|Kneeler embroidered with the symbol of the |
Holy Trinity created by three connected fish,
flanked by cross-anchors.
|Stained Glass Windows of 3 Sea-Related Saints:|
Nicholas, Barbara, and Brendan
|St. Paul in the midst of one of his seafaring journeys.|
|After touring the chapel, Ian and I enjoyed |
some ice cream in the shipshape town of Annapolis.