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2873: St Paul's, Cheshunt, England

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23 May 2016

St Paul's Cheshunt was bought by the Catholic Church around 1964. I know I am correct as we lived in the house opposite it and spent many happy summer holiday mornings at mass with the first parish priest, Father Galluchi.

The church was bought for the Italian community of the Lea Valley.

Originally there was a stage at the far end with a beautiful carved wooden altar. I believe that came from a side altar at St Joseph's at Waltham Cross. It is sad to see it is now gone. My late brother and I spent many hours polishing the wood.

Maggie Jenkins

 
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