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    Little Chapel in the Woods

    • Jennifer Ondas

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    • J'Anne Claridge

      I want to buy an old, little chapel and turn it into a home, complete,with the steeple and the arched windows.

    • Lisa Holderman

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    • Michelle Hankins †~ ღ

      Little Chapel in the Woods. This would be great converted into a home. I had an acquaintance who lived in a converted chapel on Grizzly Bluff Road. It was lovely with the stain glass windows and old redwood.

    • Wendy Polzel

      Little Chapel in the Woods. Would be a lovely place for a wedding.

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      Little Chapel in the Woods

    • Shannon Goodwin

      Red Mill Little Chapel in the Woods, Waupaca, WI

    • Annie chen

      Little Chapel in the Woods WAUPACA WI!!!!!:)

    • Elizabeth Rall

      country church

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    The founder of Camp St. Malo, Monsignor Joseph Bosetti, had for years entertained an idea that one day he would build a chapel on this site. In 1916 he and two friends observed a falling meteor during the night and in his search for the remnants the next morning, he came across a large rock. The beauty of the land inspired the priest and he remembered Jesus’ words to Peter: “Upon this rock, I will build my Church.” (Matt 16:18). Vowing one day to build a chapel here, Msgr. Bosetti prayed for nearly 20 years to acquire the funds. During time, he found himself in a constant battle with the Colorado Highway department which had plans to dynamite the enormous piece of granite to both widen and straighten the curve in the road. Eventually, Msgr. Bosetti won the battle and years later, when the chapel became a reality, it was reported that a group of engineers who laid out the road came to the dedication and thanked him for his perseverance. The chapel was designed by noted Denver architect Jacques Benedict. In 1993, Pope John Paul II visited the chapel during his trip to Denver for the World Youth Day and bestowed his personal blessing on the chapel.