Our New Church (Photos)
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I attend the Indult, and until this week, we used a church that also had the NO mass. Just yesterday, we celebrated our first mass at our own church -no Sunday NO masses at this church. :)  We now have mass at St. Stanislaus in Milwaukee, WI. Yesterday was the first time I had ever seen it, and the beauty took my breath away. Our Archbishop was there to welcome us into our new home.

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I didn't want to spend all my time there taking pics, so I'll have to get more next week, but this gives you an idea of how beautiful the church is. :)
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#2
Gorgeous! Thanks, JLeigh!
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#3
So incredibly jealous! My church doesn't even have a crucifix over the altar...[Image: frown.gif]  Did you guys just "move" to a new church? Tell me that the parish didn't fundraise and build that themselves!
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#4
That't beautiful!
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#5
Nice! :)

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Deidre Wrote:So incredibly jealous! My church doesn't even have a crucifix over the altar...[Image: frown.gif]  Did you guys just "move" to a new church? Tell me that the parish didn't fundraise and build that themselves!

Yes, we just moved there - our Archbishop "gave" it to us, so to speak. It was built in 1873. :)
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#7
I love the Stations!!
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#8

Outstanding!

 

When His Excellency "gave" it to you, did he also "give" you permission to get rid of the Cranmer table and use the High Altar? I see you have what appears to be an ad hoc Communion rail. Any chance of installing something a little more permanent?

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#9
Very tastefully put together parish, J!  I really like the rood (I think that's what it's called) with the crucifix on top - always a nice touch!
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#10
Mornac Wrote:

Outstanding!

 

When His Excellency "gave" it to you, did he also "give" you permission to get rid of the Cranmer table and use the High Altar?

 

I have no idea -still lots of transition going on.

 

Quote:I see you have what appears to be an ad hoc Communion rail. Any chance of installing something a little more permanent?

The photo was shot during set up. There are no permanent communion rails; just four removable ones.
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