St. Bede has a wonderful pastor, Monsignor Michael McCarron, who is an on-fire-for-the-Lord type of preacher with a deep, booming voice, a hearty laugh, and a joyful smile. It's hard for your mind to wander during one of his homilies.
The Baptismal Font
Their "Annunciation Reredos" was in the old church. (I assume it was behind the altar, since when I consulted Dictionary.com to find out what the heck "reredos" meant, it said, "a screen or decorated part of the wall behind an altar in a church.") At the top it depcits the Annunciation, in the middle are Mary and John at the foot of the cross, and the saints on either side of them are Benedict, John Fisher, Thomas More, and Francis of Assisi.
The remnants of the Easter Vigil fire from the night before
In honor of their patron, St. Bede. This plaque describes the images.
Did you know that St. Bede was declared a Doctor of the Church by Pope Leo XIII? You can learn more about this eighth century saint here and here.