Religion is one thing that is not lacking in Limerick.
Initially I believed that this was the Mission cross that was donated by the Drapers Assistants. But I am now almost certain that it is not the mission cross as it is supposed to be at the right of the main entrance … “On the right of the door of the church, there is a Mission Cross donated by the Drapers Assistants in memory of the Mission to Men. This mission was preached in the church in January 1868. Above the door of the church there is a statue of Our Lord surrounded by angels. On the gable wall of the monastery, there is a statue of St Patrick, which was sculpted by Patrick Pearse's father.”
At this stage all that I can say is this is a photograph of a large crucifix on the grounds of the Redemptorist Church in Limerick.
Shrines and Altars in Mount St. Alphonsus
High Altar – Designed by George Goldie, built in 1865 Altar of Our Lady of Grace (1866) Altar of St. Joseph (1867) Shrine of Our Mother of Perpetual Help (1869) Shrine of Our Lady of Dolors (1875) Shrine of The Sacred Heart (1876) Shrine of St. Gerard Majella (1903) The Pulpit (1865) Statue of St. Peter, Vicar of Christ (1893) The Stations of the Cross (1866) Large Crucifix on Pillar opposite Pulpit (1865) Stained Glass ‘Rainbow’ Windows (1957) Reliquary of the boy martyr, St. Urban (1867)
MISSION CROSS AT MOUNT ST. ALPHONSUS
Because I read the brass plaque attached to the cross I can confirm that it is "The Mission Cross"
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