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St Giles RC Church, Cheadle by Baz Richardson, via Flickr

St Giles RC Church, Cheadle by Baz Richardson, via Flickr

Saint Julien le Pauvre: The Melkites built the handsome wooden iconostasis with painted icons depicting Christ, the Virgin, and various saints in 1891. An iconostasis is a feature of churches that use the Byzantine rite of worship, dividing the sanctuary (representing Heaven, which only clergy are allowed to enter) from the rest of the church.

Saint Julien le Pauvre: The Melkites built the handsome wooden iconostasis with painted icons depicting Christ, the Virgin, and various saints in 1891. An iconostasis is a feature of churches that use the Byzantine rite of worship, dividing the sanctuary (representing Heaven, which only clergy are allowed to enter) from the rest of the church.

St Giles' Church, Cheadle, by A. W. N. Pugin (Interior)

St Giles' Church, Cheadle, by A. W. N. Pugin (Interior)

St. Helen's Church, Ranworth, Norfolk, featuring one of the finest remaining rood screens in the country. Beautiful. A must see.

St. Helen's Church, Ranworth, Norfolk, featuring one of the finest remaining rood screens in the country. Beautiful. A must see.

Medieval Rood Screen by Baz Richardson, via Flickr

Medieval Rood Screen by Baz Richardson, via Flickr

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