Sunday, May 16, 2010

Ascension-Chesterfield Part 2

For a report on the Mass, see Part 1!

Ascension is one of the parishes that used to be rural farmland less than a century ago.  The original church, built in 1923, still stands on the property and is still used for Mass and Adoration.  I'd guess the original church holds 100-150, and it would be tight.

The Original Church

View from the Back Pew!

The Gospel Writers and their Symbols

Monstrance and Ave Maria

Uhm Lamp? and Holy Eucharist

Christ the King

The Eighth Station:  Jesus Meets the Women
(Uhm...where are they?)

Little Shrine area in the back

I'm in color in the main church!

Pictures from Rome of the West

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