Friday, 22 November 2013

Haberfield, St Joan of Arc Catholic Church

St. Joan of Arc Catholic Church is located on the corner of Dalhousie Street and Deakin Avenue, in the inner west suburb of Haberfield. The original St church was built in nearby Ramsay Street in 1909. It was believed to be the first church in the world to be named after St Joan of Arc, following her beatification and canonisation. This blonde brick building was completed in 1955.

13 comments:

  1. Wel I admit I have never heard of a church named that before so thanks for showing it

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  2. A beautiful church and lovely skies for a backdrop!! Wonderful capture for the day as always, Jim! Hope you have a great weekend!!

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  3. Not the usual Catholic church that I expected, but the architecture appeals to me.

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  4. That's a wonderful shot of the sky and Church.

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  5. Pretty church, I like the tower! Beautiful sky capture, have a happy weekend!

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  6. That's a very friendly sky again and a beautiful church.
    Thanks for sharing and enjoy your weekend!

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  7. What a lovely contrast between the warm stone and the blue sky.

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  8. Given the style of the building, before reading your text, «Louis» guessed that the building was from the mid-1950s!

    «Louis» will also have a post up for inSPIREd Sunday. Sunday bridges, as is now the usual case will open at 22h00m Saturday evening central Europe time. He sees you already have your Bridges contribution posted, so here's a "thanks" for joining in again! :-)

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