Saint Anne's ChapelĀ 
Raymond - Knowles, CA

The Chapel:  A collection of faithful objects.

The road sign was designed and made by the Raymond Granite Companyof Sierra White Granite.The book on the monument is a symbol of Saint Anne's careful instruction of Mary.

The Baptismal Font is from the old Saint Joachim Church in Madera and shows Saint John the Baptist baptizing Jesus.

The Stations of the Cross are from the Brothers Chapel of the Old Saint John's Abbey in Collegeville, Minnesota. They were painted and framed by Father Raphael Knapp, O.S.B..

The Altar was originally a library table designed and made by the Raymond Granite Company of Sierra White Granite and weighs 5,750 pounds.  It was installed in 1963. 

The Holy Water Font and Candle Holders are made of Cold Spring Green Granite from a quarry in Jay, New York.

 The Crucifix, was designed and made by the Raymond Granite Company and is made up of opalescent granite from the quarry in Cold Spring, Minnesota.  The corpus was donated by an early parishioner.

The Grotto statue was originally form Saint Elisabeth's Church in San Jose and was placed in the natural rock setting in 1968.

In 2012, prior to the 50th Anniversary Celebration, the grotto was reconstructed once again on its original site to commemorate St. Anne.  

The Chapel provided volunteer labor for the project as well as new statue.  

A very sizable project for the chapel, the funding was funded by Parishioner donations as well as several large contributions from three Knights of Columbus Orders.




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