It was overcast--an effect that would become important to note--the day we decided to act upon the suggestion of several local Biloxi (MS) residents. At their urgings, we stopped at "the cylindrical church with its scalloped shell roof."
"In 1964 the parish built its iconic waterfront structure, continuing to use the original building (built in 1917) for Parish meetings and events. In 1969, the Parish suffered two devastating blows: Hurricane Camille wreaked havoc on its new facility and fire completely destroyed the old."
Beginning at the altar, the next seven photos present a 360 degree view of the windows.
A look at some of the details tomorrow.