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[[File:St Alipius Flag - Photo - C. Gervasoni-wiki.JPG|500px|thumb|left|''St Alipius Flag, 2004,'' Photograph: Clare Gervasoni]]
 
[[File:St Alipius Flag - Photo - C. Gervasoni-wiki.JPG|500px|thumb|left|''St Alipius Flag, 2004,'' Photograph: Clare Gervasoni]]
  
St Alipius is a Catholic Church in Ballarat East. It was established in a tent, but today it is a stabstantial bluestone church.
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The St Alipius Chapel was established in a tent near the eastern boundary of the St Alipius church grounds in Victoria Street (between Princes and King Streets).<ref>The Eureka Trails publicity brochure, undated.</ref>
  
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During the Eureka era the Parish Priest was Father [[Patrick Smyth]].
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Today St Alipius is  a substantial bluestone church.
  
 
== Also See ==
 
== Also See ==
  
 
[[Patrick Smyth]]
 
[[Patrick Smyth]]

Revision as of 00:45, 30 August 2013

St Alipius Flag, 2004, Photograph: Clare Gervasoni

The St Alipius Chapel was established in a tent near the eastern boundary of the St Alipius church grounds in Victoria Street (between Princes and King Streets).[1]

During the Eureka era the Parish Priest was Father Patrick Smyth.

Today St Alipius is a substantial bluestone church.

Also See

Patrick Smyth
  1. The Eureka Trails publicity brochure, undated.