Julie Penrose, who donated the money to build this chapel, wanted it to be named for her grand-daughter. According to Marshall Sprague's Newport in the Rockies, “The good fathers … made haste to discover a deceased Saint Pauline in Rome.” This small stucco structure sits across the street from Broadmoor West in a grove of blue spruce and pine. Spanish Baroque details include a front facade statue of St. Paul with a tarnished steel halo.
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