Inside the Church

The painted Altar frontal was unveiled in May 2013.
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The main altar during Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament.
The newly restored reredos includes a 'throne', a space for the monstrance to be displayed above the tabernacle. There is Exposition twice a week, during the Holy Hour on Saturdays and Thursdays from 10 to 11am.

On either side of the church door, there are ceramic statuettes of the Virgin and Child and St Joseph.

There is also an interesting devotional image of the Veronica, the veil on which the image of Jesus' face was imprinted during the carrying of the cross.


 At the back of the church there is a small statue of St Anthony, and the font and Paschal Candle are to be found here. 
On either side of the nave, there are fine wooden Stations of the Cross; see here.

Our Lady

In the sanctuary there is a large, painted wood statue of the Virgin and Child, on the right,  and of St Joseph, on the left,St Joseph of Tyrolean workmanship. These have recently been restored, and have newly carved plinths.

There is also a smaller statue of the Sacred Heart next to the confessional.

The one side chapel is dedicated to Our Lady of Fatima; for the statue, and a note about devotion to Our Lady of Fatima, see here.

During the Easter Triduum it is used as the Altar of Repose.

Here is the altar prepared for Divine Mercy Sunday.
At Epiphany.