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Saw this in at the website for the Winthrop paper
[http://thewinthropnews.com/] this morning and thought perhaps someone
might be interested. Visit the website for the complete article. For
those with connections to this church, they may be interested in
knowing that the church will be closing this summer and will be only be
used as an oratory in the future.
Monti St. Patrick Catholic Church to celebrate 150 years on June 26
The Monti Parish History Book Committee has just finished a 300-page
book describing in detail the 150-year history of the Monti Parish and
the small community that grew up around this Catholic Parish. Books
will be printed according to the number of orders placed at the
anniversary celebration. The completed book will not be available on
that day because plans are to include anniversary celebration photos
and information in the book. Copies of the book may also be ordered
from Roberta Coleman at 319-435-2112.
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