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An image of the large statue of St. George located inside Kryal Castle, a tourist attraction near Ballarat in Victoria. The figure is atop a horse in full metal armour. At the foot of the statue are plaques describing the legend of 'St. George and…

An advertisement for a replica thirteenth-century devotional candleholder distributed by ‘Mainly Medieval’, an online re-enactor supplies company based in New South Wales. In purified Christianised logic, the candle is a symbol of ‘devotion,’…

An image of the Holy Trinity Church in York, Western Australia. Completed in 1854 and consecrated in 1858, the Holy Trinity Church possesses features which are characteristic of the Victorian Romanesque, Carpenter Gothic and Gothic Revival…

An image of the Holy Trinity Church in York, Western Australia. Completed in 1854 and consecrated in 1858, the Holy Trinity Church possesses features which are characteristic of the Victorian Romanesque, Carpenter Gothic and Gothic Revival…

Completed in 1854 and consecrated in 1858, the Holy Trinity Church in York, Western Australia possesses features which are characteristic of the Victorian Romanesque, Carpenter Gothic and Gothic Revival architectural styles. Throughout the nineteenth…

Completed in 1854 and consecrated in 1858, the Holy Trinity Church in York, Western Australia possesses features which are characteristic of the Victorian Romanesque, Carpenter Gothic and Gothic Revival architectural styles. Throughout the nineteenth…

An image of the Sisters of Mercy convent located next to St. Patrick's Convent School on South Street in York, Western Australia.

It was built in 1868 and was originally used as a presbytery by Father Patrick Gibney before the arrival of the…

An image of St. Patrick's Convent School located on South Street in York, a town ninety minutes south east of Perth in Western Australia.

The school was built in 1873 by Father Patrick Gibney for the Sisters of Mercy. The Sisters of Mercy taught…