Friday, June 02, 2006

Churches to close in SHERBROOKE, QC

Two churches in the diocese will be permanently closed on Sunday June 11. St-Jean-de-Bréboeuf, on the corner of King St. West & Jacques-Cariter St in Sherbrooke was founded in 1946. According to environmental requirements, the church must be decontaminated of all asbestos. The buyer and the parish will share the cost. Très-Saint-Sacrement, the second church in Sherbrooke to be closed, was founded in 1938. Christ-Roi church, founded in 1940, was closed last April.
Since 1995, 23 churches have been closed in the diocese of Sherbrooke.
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