Matt Cashore | Feb. 5, 2014 | Notre Dame Photography Blog
When the staff at the Basilica told me they’d close after Christmas Mass to replace the carpet with a stone tile floor, I knew that was something that didn’t happen very often. “Around the time of Vatican II” was the guess for when the Basilica was carpeted. My parents were married in the Basilica (or Sacred Heart Church as it was known) in 1970 and it was carpeted then.
So it’s been at least 44 years. Something that happens once every 5 decades? Yeah, gotta record that!
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