Angelus Bell

“Listen to the sound of my cry, my King and my God, for to you I pray.” (Psalm 5:2)

The bell was cast in France in the early nineteenth century and hung from the convent of the Sisters of Charity balcony, which is now the Bruton Building. The Angelus was rung three times daily and was used to mark morning and evening prayer and for other duties.

Since August 1990, the Angelus Bell has been located in the Chapel Courtyard.

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