CHURCH OF OUR LADY OF THE ROSARY AND ST THERESE

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Church of our Lady of the Rosary and St Therese

Bridge Road

Adderley

Birmingham

B8 3BB

England

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Status: On original site
Type: Non freestanding
Location: Internal
Setting: Inside a building - public/private
Description: Wall
Lettering: Other
Conflicts:
  • Second World War (1939-1945)
About the memorial: Mosaic covering to the wall on one side of the church. Names of those killed on active service and Birmingham Blitz included.
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Destroy This Temple And In Three Days I Shall Build It Up Again/ This Transept Of Our Lady Together With The West Font/ Was Destroyed By Three German H.E. Bombs On The Night Of December 3rd 1940./ Built Again. It was Re-Opened June 29th 1943. These Mosaics replacing The Originals --------Bombed 30th Dec 19140/ Are In Memory Of Our People Killed In Battle And In Air Raids/ And In Thanksgiving For The Resurrection Of Our Church/ Schools And Presbytery _____ 1947. "Heaven And Earth Shall Pass Away But My Word Shall Not Pass Away"./ The Alter Of St Anne On Restoration Was Re-Consecrated By / H E Cardinal Griffin, Archbishop Of Westminster./ July 26th 1943 Feast Of St Anne.

Albert Arculas Normandy 1944 R.A. Dermot Evans ARCT C 1944 R.N.V.R. Adam O'Conner At Sea 1943 R.N. Gilbert Orton Portugal 1943 R.A.F. Leo James At Sea 1942 R.N. Chris Charles At Sea 1944 R.A.F. John Lysaght Holland 1944 R.A.F. Henry Gunn Brest 1940, R.A.F. Leo Sadler Holland 1944 R.A.F. Dennis Harris Norfolk R.A.F. William Warwick Saltley 1941 Air Raid, John Murray Saltley 1941 Air Raid, Hubert Wideman Saltley 1941 Air Raid, Brian Mills Belgium 1942 R.A.F. Rev Fr J Baker Saltley 1943.

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