I’ve just realised how medieval this is, book on cushion, Deacon serving but still in Dalmatic, short candles. Just a shame about the lace and altar cards.
This large C19 cathedralesque church in this French town in the Somme département was demolished in the Spring of 2013. Here the end is nigh, the spire has gone along with most of the church.
Unlike here in the UK the church’s stained glass windows remained in situ and vanished with the building. A pity as these could have been conserved and reused elsewhere.
St. Andrew, East Lexham, Norfolk - WWI War Memorial (via The Round Tower Churches Society - Facebook)
The Precentory at Lincoln Cathedral where I have enjoyed a number of jolly dinners since I’ve come up to university and possibly where I may be lodging next year.
The glories of the Oratory
Mass on the Feast of the Immaculate Conception in la Chiesa del Purgatorio ad Arco
My dearest readers,
I must apologise that at the moment my computer is refusing to allow me to use Tumblr in addition to a number of other websites. Thus I offer heartfelt apologies for the lack of posts over the next few days.
Connor (Editor at Large)