Sacred Heart, Bridgeton
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A basilica of red sandstone, 1909-1910, designed by C J Menart. The east façade has a large Diocletian window set between giant Ionic pilasters supporting a pedimented gable, with flanking stair towers. Giant thermal windows to the side elevations. The interior is sumptuous with marble. Major structural alterations, 1953-4 by Gillespie; Kidd & Coia. Sacred Heart altar figure of Christ by Jack Mortimer, 1954
Saturday Vigil: 5.00pm, Sunday Morning: 9.45am (1962 Missal), 11.00am, Monday-Saturday 10.00am
Open before and after morning Mass. Otherwise by arrangement
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