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St. Edward the Confessor: Granville Ohio
History of St. Edward Parish St Edward the Confessor Parish began in 1946 when Bishop Ready bought the Dr. C.J. Loveless property at the corner of Broadway and Pearl Streets, the current site of one of the Granville Inn's parking lots. Monsignor Joseph R. Casey, who had been assigned the job of establishing the new parish, said the first Mass in the house's parlor on July 20, 1947. At the time, there were thirty-five families in the parish. Over the years, gradual remodeling of the house led to the addition of a completely furnished chapel capable of accommodating seventy people. Those renovations took place under the shepherding of subsequent pastors: Monsignor Herman E. Mattingly, Father Leonard Scannell, Monsignor Francis Schwendeman and Father Vincent Mooney.
Copyright: Bryant A Gilbert
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 14426x7213
Taken: 07/09/2015
Uploaded: 07/09/2015
Updated: 06/01/2019


Tags: church; granville; ohio; st. edward
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