In my travels I have thoroughly enjoyed visiting beautiful, historic Catholic churches and cathedrals around the world. We're talking Boston, New York City, St. Augustine FL, San Diego, San Francisco, San Juan PR, Mexico City, Manila, Brisbane, Montreal, New Orleans, and more. In my future travels I will actively seek them out in Europe and Central and South America.
But I have noticed that the naming of Catholic churches, parishes, and cathedrals seems to be a challenge. There are so many repeats! How do we keep them all straight? For one thing, there are so many Catholic churches that include the names of saints: St. John, St. Mark, St. Catherine, St. This, St. That. Clearly, there are too many churches and not enough saints. Not all names include the names of saints, though. But there's still a lot of repetition.
I have a solution. I propose the following name suggestions in order to enrich and add variety to the naming of Catholic churches.
Disclaimer: I truly mean no disrespect. Just for fun.
Our Lady of The Glutinous Communion
The Indecisive Blessings Catholic Parish
Cathedral of The Indentured Messiah
Church of The Presumptive Baptism
Basilica of The Obstinate Virgin
Our Lady of Holy Repudiations
The Divine Subterfuge Catholic Parish
Cathedral of The Endemic Sacrament
Church of The Conspicuous Redeemer
Basilica of The Eternal Contradictions
Our Lady of Glorified Conflagration
The Cantankerous Prayers Catholic Parish
Cathedral of The Immaculate Assumptions
Church of The Conflated Salvation
Basilica of The Eternal Obfuscation
Our Lady of Capricious Servitude
The Dubious Redemption Catholic Parish
Cathedral of The Deceptive Conception
Church of Extravagant Incantations
Basilica of The Immaculate Contraception
Your submissions welcome!