This is a throwback from 10 years ago. We were working a priest in Indianapolis remodeling his 1900's romanesque church. Communion railings in general are very difficult to find and adding romanesque to the mix makes it 10 times harder. It just so happens that a chinese theatre in hollywood was doing some remodeling. In its previous life it had adopted "throw-outs" from churches in the San Francisco area. Sadly this theatre had a communion railing in it and it was stunning. We happened to find it just in the niche of time to return it back to a church where it was just dying to go. We reconfigured it, restored it so it could be painted and it not sits in the most beautiful church in Indiana Holy Rosary. That church also brought about some other unique finds from around the country. The side altar tabernacles and gradines came from side altars out of a church that had been long time abandoned in New Hampshire. The altar was found in a church in Chicago and the Archdiocese was so kind in letting us move it to Holy Rosary so it could once again grace a beautiful space. We are honored to have been part of the restoration and even more gratefu
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