Re: Re: reorganisation and destruction of irish catholic churches

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@Fearg wrote:

St Columba’s Church, Drung, Inishowen Peninsula, Diocese of Derry

Another example of a nice country church, wrecked in the early 70s. An attempt was made last year to restore to something more akin its original state. Sadly, the new fittings show little or no understanding of anything and are of poor quality in general, yet another missed opportunity:

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Can someone explain why in Ireland we have an insistence on having fixed ambos in the sanctuary when the praenotanda of the Lectionary specifically require them to be located in the nave – which is where they have been located from earliest times?

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