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NEW CHURCH DEDICATED
Catholic Dignitaries Aid in Opening Ceremonies of Santa Monica Edifice
|Publication:||Los Angeles Times (1923-Current File)
- Los Angeles, Calif.
|Author:||a Times Staff Correspondent
|Date:||Jul 12, 1926
| Abstract (Document Summary)|
With pomp and ceremony echoing the recent Eucharistic Congress at Chicago, whence many of the priests and monsignori came, St. Monica's Catholic Church was dedicated this morning at Santa Monica. A crowd numbering many thousands surrounded the handsome limestone structure on California avenue and Seventh street, the overflow standing under the towering eucalipti of the city park opposite the church.
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