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Father Jerome’s Bahamian Creations

March 18, 2010
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Father Jerome’s Bahamian Creations

Religious symbols and inscriptions punctuate the walls leading to Mount Alvernia’s peak. Credit: Peter Swanson

Father Jerome’s Bahamian Creations

Father Jerome’s Bahamian Creations

Father Jerome’s Bahamian Creations

A visiting boater ascends the rock to the Hermitage’s tiny chapel. Credit: Peter Swanson

Father Jerome’s Bahamian Creations

The Hermitage’s chapel contains but a single pew. Credit: Peter Swanson

Father Jerome’s Bahamian Creations

A bell still hangs in the tower. Credit: Peter Swanson

Father Jerome’s Bahamian Creations

This construction evident in this view of a Hermitage window shows that Fathers Jerome has built for the ages. Credit: Peter Swanson

Father Jerome’s Bahamian Creations

Father Jerome’s most spectacular building was the Catholic Church he designed for Clarence Town on Long Island. Credit: Bahamas Film Commission
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