Helen walks into a large church with lovely stained glass. I'd probably be more impressed with it (and the one in her dream) had I not spent the morning of the broadcast at the Cathedral Church of St. John the Divine. Dude, now that is a church. I can't urge you strongly enough to visit it -- the largest Gothic cathedral in the world -- if you find yourself in Manhattan. How many other churches have a triptych by Keith Haring? And if you liked the piece of celestite Luke gave Grace, you ought to see the one-ton, 200-million-year-old chunk of crystal they've got in this place. It's a truly awesome place, in more ways I have space to tell you about here. Just go see it for yourself. Helen sits down in a pew in the front row. The church is empty now; a couple of other people just left. She sits there, thinking a moment, when Cute Guy God walks up behind her and says, "Helen?" But it sounds like Father Mallory's voice. As she starts to look up to see who's behind her, she also notices that Father Mallory has passed in front of her and is standing at the end of the row, carrying some books and saying, "Helen?" Frink points out that both Adam and Father Mallory were carrying books, but I really don't know that there's anything to be made of that. She looks behind her, still convinced someone was there, and exhales forcefully. Father Mallory makes kind of a questioning gesture with his hand. She finally explains, "You scared me.
Joan of Arcadia
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Joan of Arcadia