Chapel of the Holy Family, Lyndonville, Vermont

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"If there be a true way that leads to the Everlasting Kingdom, it is most certainly that of suffering, patiently endured."

-- St. Colette

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†  The Cross of Dozule

†  St. Catherine Library and Gathering Room

†  Stations of the Cross

†  Our Lady's Rosary Garden

†  The Holy Family Statue

†  Sacred Heart of Jesus Statue

†  St. Francis Pine Grove

†  St. Peter's Table & Terrace

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The Chapel

Throughout the chapel, you will find many traditional Catholic symbols.  The owners have been fortunate to have been given a number of these from churches that have closed in recent years.  The Stained Glass Windows were from the chapel at the Xaverian Father’s Seminary in Holliston, Massachusetts.    A generous gift of statues, Saint Anthony and Saint Francis which flank the chapel Sanctuary, and The Infant of Prague were made by the Sisters of Saint Francis and were once located at the Kennedy school in Boston.  The alter, was given by the Archdiocese of Boston.  The Crucifix which hangs above the Sanctuary is crafted of Olive wood, and was purchased by the owners while on a pilgrimage to Jerusalem, from a shop in Bethlehem.

 

Outside, welcoming all to the chapel is a beautiful statue of the Sacred Heart.  This, and the stunning statue of Our Lady of Fatima which graces the Rosary Garden, were from the Archdiocese of Boston.

There is a brick path and flower bed which encircles the chapel building, along which are granite posts with the Way of the Cross set into the top of each post.  To the north of the building is a small grove of pear trees where plans to illustrate the Beatitudes are underway. 

The antique Church Bell was a gift from the owner’s son.

The Chapel of the Holy Family

1165 Darling Hill Road, Lyndonville, Vermont  05851 |  info@chapeloftheholyfamily.com  |  (802) 626-8855

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