PA: Duquesne - 1

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Metro Area: Pittsburgh (PA)
St Mary Byzantine (Ruthenian) [Hungarian]
Historical Entry: Canonically Suppressed
Formerly at:
1209 Kennedy Ave
Duquesne
PA
15110-1813
USA
Rite: Byzantine
Church sui iuris: Byzantine Ruthenian Catholic
Metropolitan Archeparchy: Pittsburgh of the Ruthenians
Canonically: Ruthenian
Pastorally: Hungarian

Sacramental Records at:
Chancery of the Archeparchy of Pittsburgh
66 Riverview Ave
Pittsburgh
PA
15214-2253
USA
Ph: 412-231-4000
Fax: 412-231-1697

Status & Location Changes:
Formed in: 1915, meeting on 1st St, Duquesne PA
Relocated in: 1916 to Hamilton Ave, Dusquesne PA
Parish erected in: 1916
Relocated in: 1940 to Kennedy Ave, Duquesne PA
This Entry Last Updated: 02/01/2010
Latitude: 40.367905
Longitude: -79.8550209
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