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  1. Thanks, Chris! I am sending this link to two of my cousins and one of my ’58 CBC besties who grew up in that parish back in the ’50s!
    It is a beautiful building and is SO well-maintained.
    I wonder the use of the school building/

  2. The interior stained glass wall is as grand as the exterior is unassuming. Since both the church and the 1930’s brick school sit squarely within U. City’s proposed development, this St. Patrick’s day may be the last one it will see.

    • Will the church be open on St. Patrick’s Day? It’s been locked up tight every time I’ve gone by.

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