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Friday, May 18, 2007

Australia's oldest extant Catholic church, St John's Richmond, Tasmania (1835)



I am not particularly fond of taking photographs in churches, but I couldn't resist. Aren't the rails stunning?

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Blogger Gareth:

Tara,

It was great to meet up with you on your visit to the great State earlier in the month. Perhaps this will become an annual pilgrimage for yourself.

Father Quinn seemed quite fond of yourself.

I am sure if you ever wished to visit again, someone would help you out with free accommodation, although I can not promise it would be next door to a such a lovely Church

It is very good to see that friendships are developing between the TLM communities in Tasmania and Victoria.

Please keep our Diocese in your prayers.....much needed.

Thanks a plenty for the free C.D. Much enjoyed.

God Bless,
Gareth

Sun May 20, 11:42:00 PM GMT  

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