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  • What’s the deal with churches and red doors? I have an ex who was freaked out by red doors. And also churches, but that makes a little more sense.

  • Hey Lau, I found this: In the Episcopal Church, church doors are often painted red as part of a tradition signifying the church as a place of spiritual refuge for all seeking peace and sanctuary. The red on the doors represents the blood of Christ that was shed so that all who came to him could be saved. Thus, anyone who passed through the red doors was safe as long as they stayed behind them.

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