Cleveland diocese opposes bid to give parishes landmark status
Catholic World News - January 25, 2010
The Diocese of Cleveland, Ohio, is resisting an effort by members of the city council to have six churches declared as landmarks, and therefore protected. A spokesman for the diocese said that the initiative—obviously designed to stall the diocesan plans for parish closings—is “extremely offensive.”
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