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Sunday, March 11, 2018


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William Kendall

It's a beautiful sanctuary!


An interesting history for sure, especially the part about integration. And with a few tweaks, this could easily be a Lutheran church. Now, a question: This is name for St. Benedict. What happens if the recent Pope Benedict is canonized? Would this church have to change its name to St. Benedict the First? :)

Liliana J.

Thank you for the information! I have never been to Saint Benedict’s. I will definitely plan to attend a service there.

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