Sunday, 28 January 2018

St Mary's Cathedral, Archbishop Michael Kelly

This bronze statue of Archbishop Michael Kelly stands beside the stairs leading up to the Cathedral Square entrance of St Mary's Cathedral. It was created by Bertram Mackennal and erected in 1933 to commemorate the 80th birthday of the fourth Roman Catholic Archbishop of Sydney, the completion of the Cathedral and the celebration of the 29th International Eucharistic Conference. It accompanies the statue of Cardinal Patrick Moran.


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