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Igreja de Nossa Senhora da Glória Travessão
Caraguatatuba

A Igreja de Nossa Senhora da Glória está localizada no bairro do Travessão, em Caraguatatuba, SP.

Endereço: Av. José da Costa Pinheiro Junhor, 970, Travessão, Caraguatatuba - CEP: 11.669. ooo

Contatos:Telefone: (12) 3887-2229

Email: par.nsgloria@diocesecaraguatatuba.com.br

Atendimento: 2ª à 6ª feira das 8h às 12h  e das 13h às 17h – sábados das 8h às 12h.

Missas:

Terça a Sexta às 19h30

Domingo 7h30 e 19h30

Foto: Emilio Campi

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Uploaded: 07/10/2011
Updated: 18/08/2014
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