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St Lawrence's Church Evesham 4 of 5

St Lawrence's Church Evesham 4 of 5

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Let's hear it for St. Lawrence! smile
Bill Phillips: Hip hip hooray!
Do you know who's being depicted in the panes?
Bill Phillips: This is the South Chapel, and this window which dates from 1864 depicts 10 miracles including the feeding of the 5000
  • Chris
  • England
  • 11 Feb 2016, 07:19
According to lore, St Lawrence was able to spirit away the chalice used during Christ's Last Supper (the "Holy Grail") to Huesca, in present-day Spain, with a letter and a supposed inventory, where it lay hidden and unregarded for centuries. When St Augustine connects St Lawrence with a chalice, it is the chalice of the Mass:

According to Catholic tradition the Holy Grail is a relic sent by St Lawrence to his parents in northern Aragon. He entrusted this sacred chalice to a friend who he knew would travel back to Huesca, remaining in the monastery of San Juan de la Peña, core of spiritual strength for the emerging Kingdom of Aragon. While the chalice's exact journey through the centuries is disputed, it is accepted by many Catholics that it was sent by his family to this monastery for preservation and veneration. Historical records indicate the chalice has been venerated and preserved by a number of monks and monasteries through the ages. Today the Holy Grail is venerated in a special chapel in the Catholic Cathedral of Valencia, Spain.
Bill Phillips: Sounds like something out of a Dan Brown novel
A lovely corner in this low light Bill!
Bill Phillips: It was indeed Richard
This does look a fine window
Bill Phillips: It was Martin. Dates back to 1864 and depicts 10 miracles
I am at a loss as to what to say in support of this attempt.
Bill Phillips: I am pleased that you are so stunned Chad. This window dates back to 1864 and depicts 10 miracles
A lovely little nook.
Bill Phillips: It is Mary
the colours are really attractive, Bill
Bill Phillips: It was a beautiful window Ayush
  • Alan
  • Great Britain (UK)
  • 11 Feb 2016, 20:45
Blast! I've just tripped over something in the dark....
Bill Phillips: Well look where you are going man
  • Ray
  • Thailand
  • 13 Feb 2016, 07:52
I like tomorrow's shot better, Bill.
Bill Phillips: So does everybody else
This one is my favourite of the five pix.
Bill Phillips: I am pleased about that Jacquelyn because I like this one too

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