Page 8, 12th December 1980

12th December 1980
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Page 8, 12th December 1980 — ,MGR WHEELER the Cathedral administrator and Sir John Rothenstein, Director
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Organisations: Cathedral Art Commission
Locations: Jerusalem

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,MGR WHEELER the Cathedral administrator and Sir John Rothenstein, Director

of the Tate Gallery and chairman of the Cathedral Art Commission, examine the statue of Our lady of Westminster which was blessed in the Cathedral yesterday, the Feast of the Immaculate Conception.

The valuable alabaster statue which has been set up near the 13th Station of the Cross, is intended to revive the ancient and royal devotion to Our Lady formerly honoured in Westminster Abbey and Westminster Palace under the title of Our Lady of the Pevve.

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