Our New Church (Photos)
#11
Confusedmile: Good for you J! She looks a beauty!!!
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#12
JLeigh Wrote:The photo was shot during set up. There are no permanent communion rails; just four removable ones.


Maybe it’s not to late to salvage the ones from St. Mary's in Elm Grove

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#13
Breathtaking! Pictures like those make my heart beat faster.
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#14
Awesome,

You know you will do longer purgatory time for this.

Seriously, this is Catholicism at it's very best...and the archbishop too !
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#15
I just had a closer look

Why the NO altar in the foreground ?

When you say, "the archbishop gave it to us" Who is 'us' ?
Are you a Latin mass group ?
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#16
That is splendid!
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#17
Marylou Wrote:I just had a closer look

Why the NO altar in the foreground ?

Not a NO altar -a makeshift TLM altar. It turns out that some years back, they did something (I don't know what, but it figures...) that makes the high altar unfit to use for the TLM.

Quote:When you say, "the archbishop gave it to us" Who is 'us' ?
Are you a Latin mass group ?


Yes, our "Indult Community". We don't "own" the Church, but it has been given to us for our use. No NO masses.




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#18
Very nice! I do have to ask. On one pic it looks like 2 seperate altars (with the Tabernacle on the rear). Did I see this correctly?
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#19
Tradglad Wrote:Very nice! I do have to ask. On one pic it looks like 2 seperate altars (with the Tabernacle on the rear). Did I see this correctly?

Ok..I missed the other posts....Can the altar in the forground be moved back to the high altar or be removed?
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#20
  So beautiful.  Imagine how pretty Midnight Mas is going to be there, and hopefully tons of babies baptised.
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