Two migrant artisans bonded by Stations of the Cross


The carved, wooden Stations of the Cross in Christ the Priest Church in Blackman's Bay, Tasmania have a long story to tell. It begins with Karoly Komaromy, a Polish migrant who arrived in Australia with his family after the World War II. Originals of a work commissioned by the Archbishop of Passau for the Regensburg Cathedral, the carvings accompanied Karoly and his family to Australia. "It was one of his most treasured possessions", says his daughter Maria. "They were the first he ever made, and all his others were based on them" - Judy Redeker

Two migrant artisans bonded by Stations of the Cross

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