Contents

PART ONE
Background to the camp and the church

1. The Henllan Bridge Prisoner of War camp
2. The layout of the camp
3a. The prisoners' attitude toward religion
3b. How the church came into existence
4. Finding the materials to create the church
5. Completing and consecrating the church
6. The church since the end of the war

PART TWO
VIRTUAL TOUR AROUND THE CHURCH TODAY

7. The outside of the church
8. The inside of the church
9. The stoup
10. The altar
11. The tabernacle
12. The candlesticks
13. The cross on the altar
14. The apse, the dome-shaped wall behind the altar
15. The altar rails
16. Statues of Christ and the Virgin Mary
17. The two side altars
18. The pulpit
19. The lectern
20. The belfry (bell tower)
21. The 'marble' pillars
22. The beams across the ceiling

PART THREE
THE PAINTINGS

23. Mario Ferlito, the artist
24. The paint and materials
25. The painting of the Last Supper above the altar
26. The paintings on the beams
27. The Stations of the Cross
28. Features not found in the prisoners' church in Henllan


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