High upon a hill in San Francisco sits the famous concrete Catholic church Our Lady of Maytag. It is designed in homage to that sacred, time-honored symbol of our faith…the washing machine agitator.
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Even while it was still under construction, everyone, including the media, was laughing at the same observation. Once the roofing was completed, it was discovered that at a certain time every afternoon, it casts a shadow upon itself in the shape of a woman’s breast and torso. Technically, it’s not just a church but a cathedral (St Mary’s) and sits upon Cathedral Hill.
How about ‘St Mary Maytag’s’?
Our Lady of Perpetual Agitation?
Our Lady, Speed Queen of Heaven