Re: Re: reorganisation and destruction of irish catholic churches
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The Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception, Albany, New York
Originally constructed in 1848-52 to the design of Patrick Keeley, the cathedral was extended to the west in 1891.
A.N. Didron mentions this church in his Annales Arché]http://www.mcwb-arch.com/images/cathedral/Scaffold1.jpg[/IMG]
Did anyone tell the authorities in Albany just how important this building is, and that Didron mentions it and tell exactly where the altar was made and who made it. Is it intented to do to the Immaculate Conception what was done to St. Joseph’s in Albany – an even more important church.