Altars

  • The main altar of Mount Calvary's Church is truly the symbol and heart of our Catholic religion and our parish.
  • This unforgettable scene of Our Lord's last suffering gives one the deep inward feeling of kneeling and praying at the foot of the mountain on which Christ died to save all souls.
  • The altar's impressive Last Supper scene is strikingly illustrative of the unchanging doctrine of the Catholic Church.
  • When the sun is in the right position, the black and white marble altar, on which Mount Calvary priests daily present their offerings to God, seems to reflect myriads of changing colors as the sunlight strikes it through stained glass windows.
  • The side altars with their shrines of the Blessed Virgin Mother and Saint Joseph offer a contrasting simplicity of beauty that truly represents the life of the Holy Family.