Lady chapel


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Lady chapel

A major chapel dedicated to the Virgin Mary, on the axis of a church at its east end.
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They were in the Lady Chapel and I'd seen them so often but never taken much notice.
Religious Attractions: In addition to the Lady Chapel stands the Abbey Church, worth visiting for its baroque architecture.
Father Abbot," he said, "I hope I have your approval, for I found out that Brother Juggler has been taking the donkey into the Lady Chapel and I told him he should not bring animals into the church.
It was moved to the Lady Chapel of Wells Cathedral in 1895, and then in 1999 to the newly restored nave of Ewenny Priory Church.
A raffle and a tombola will help raise funds towards refurbishing St Margaret's Lady Chapel.
Friends and family will pay tribute to the writer in a service in the Lady Chapel of the Anglican cathedral on Thursday, June 9.
Services for Holy Week at St Bartholom-|ew's are as follows:- Tuesday Holy Communion in the Lady Chapel at 9.
To prove his belief in this opinion, Dave and his American supporters have restored the ruined lady chapel of Wroxall Abbey in Warwickshire, where inter-denominational services are held, and the Aegis of the Order of St Leonard.
Finally, Miss Hebble uses black and white to offer a different take on Liverpool Cathedral''s Lady Chapel, bringing out some of the geometry it would be easy to miss.
And after this, the cathedral's lady chapel is the venue for music rooted in the traditions of the British Isles, Finland, Northern Iberia, Armenia and elsewhere; multi-instrumentalists Andrew Cronshaw and Ian Blake are joined by the Armenian Tigran Aleksanyan playing the duduk (10pm).
The PCC Committee of St Agnes Church, in Easterside, Middlesbrough, is collecting tokens to enable its lady chapel to have a fresh coat of paint and new carpet.