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Tuesday, December 4, 2012

St Mary's Grafton Turn 150


This week the Catholic Parish of Grafton celebrates it's sesquicentenary. It is the oldest parish on the North Coast and was originally part of the Diocese of Armidale.

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  2. Lovely old church! Thanks for the interesting post for the day, Mark! Have a great week!

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  5. The parsonage is one beautiful building. That ornate porch is heavenly. I like red brick churches or white wooden ones with red doors. genie

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  6. such an interesting posting...love how big the church is. cheers

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