Tuesday, 20 October 2009

Continuing the Brisbane visit


On my first day in Brisbane a friend showed me round some of the city. Nestling in the heart of the CBD is the Catholic Cathedral and, next to it, the tiny chapel of St Stephen. How graciously providence has situated the presence of the Church within this city. But inside, oh dear!

The Blessed Sacrament chapel in what was the apse: very worrying! Yes, that is the tabernacle on four spindly legs.

The statue of Blessed Mary McKillop in the small St Stephen's chapel - sinister rather than loveable. What is it that has overtaken the Church here, I ask?

2 comments:

Victoria said...

Oh dear is right! That 'statue' of Blessed Mary McKillop is an insult to Mary McKillop.

Nothing that can't be undone with the passage of time. TICK TOCK

Catholic with Attitude said...

Deary me, that church is horrific.