Massachusetts city creates historic district to prevent parish’s demolition
Catholic World News - January 04, 2010
The City Council in Springfield, Massachusetts, has created Our Lady of Hope Historic District to prevent the demolition or exterior alteration of a recently closed parish. The Italian Renaissance-style church has 65 stained glass windows. An official of the Diocese of Springfield, citing the separation of Church and state, said the diocese is pondering an appeal.
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