some personal views for Catholic readers
It's a remarkable change!
FatherThe carpet on the Sanctuary needs to moved slightly to the right.Apart from that, it looks absolutely terrific. Thanks be to God!
Its wonderful. After all that!
Laurence, The electricians had just replaced it after removing it to remove the old fittings, if it is still not straight tomorrow, well, it is your job!
Definately a chage for the better
"Out of darkness?" Then father, we must sing 591 in the hymn books on Sunday.... I don't know why we hadn't thought of singing it before...
"Your Choir",Only if that is the Introit!
Wow! That's awesome!
What a pity the High Altar is obscured by the Holy Table in front of it!
Let there be light!
Let there be light! Absolutely glorious.Now, about the altar rails . . .
Very impressive. I look forward to seeing it all on my next visit.
Inde,The High Altar was removed and broken up in 1969 and its stone fronting put under the tabernacle.There is only one ALTAR, which is now free-standing, yes you are it would be better if were restored to its original position but the possibility of my diocese, or any other in the UK, permitting that in the next few years is zero.
FatherWe all owe you our deep gratitude for all your hard work......thank you!Damien.
Oooh! If only my parish looked like that!!
It's beautiful Father.
Father, looks great - what's next on the list of renovations?
I want to move to Brighton just so I can worship there.
That's much better.
Thanks for that, Father. I have always wondered why I have virtually never seen the original high altars used (when they survive), only freestanding altars set up in front. So bishops absolutely refuse to allow it. May more *truly* liberal bishops come in the future!
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