Go inside Our Lady of the Angels Catholic Church
By Isabell Petrinic, Rouse Hill Courier, Tuesday 24 March
Stepping inside the new Our Lady of the Angels Catholic Church you are at once struck by the majesty of the high-ceiling church.
The dome-shaped roof of the Kellyville church is covered with gold-leaf stars highlighted in the interior with a painting of Jesus.
The stars form the southern sky constellation in March 2015, parish priest Father Warren Edwards said.
He hopes to have a depiction of St Francis of Assisi, by a local artist he met 15 years ago, receiving the stigmata via lasers in a side enclave.
Already, there are about 50 windows, depicting saints, the 20 mysteries reflected upon in the Rosary, as well as guardian and archangels.
Eight windows around the dome depict the eight days of creation.Read Isabell Petrinic’s story in full and view a photo gallery of the new Our Lady of the Angels Church at the Rouse Hill Courier
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