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Crucifixion with Mary and John.

medium: metal
size: 250 cm (height) [approx]
artist: Frank Roper

Church of St German, Roath, Cardiff
outside the west door of the church

The original Calvary was destroyed in the blitz of 1941. At the same time the adjacent Parish Hall was destroyed, and Sister Teresa, SSM killed. The original Calvary was in stone, dated from 1916, and, like its replacement, depicted the crucifixion with Mary and John. It had been erected through a legacy from Caleb Whitefield. The Roper 1965 Calvary is in memory of Sister Teresa.


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