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Holy Trinity, Diss
Here on the edge of town is the Catholic church of the Most Holy Trinity, a little brick-built post-war structure that is as plain and simple as the great Anglican parish church of St Mary on the hill is grand and beautiful.You step inside to a modern narthex extension, the older body of the church stretching away to the east. There is no division between the two. A large west window floods the narthex with coloured light, an abstract design of the setting sun by a local retired doctor, the kind of folk art you only find in non-conformist and Catholic churches these days. The older east end is quite traditional and most attractive.
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