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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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