Renovation almost complete on St. Gianna Beretta Molla Early Childhood Center

St. Gianna Early Childhood Center
9th & Robidoux Streets

On Sunday, October 4th, Bishop Johnston will be the Main Celebrant at the 11:30 AM Mass!  Then, at 1:00 PM, he will Bless and Dedicate the new facilities for our ECC, the St. Gianna Early Childhood Education and Development Center!Both the Mass and the Blessing/Dedication will be live-streamed. To watch the video of the St. Gianna Center walkthrough tour live-streamed a few weeks ago, check out Cathedral's Facebook page or go to:   http://https://youtu.be/8VP0xnLxVJU

Cathedral of St. Joseph's Beacon on the Hill campaign continues to move forward. New roofs for our Gymnasium and current ECC Building have been installed. Roof ice-breakers on the church have been installed. Three condemned buildings on 10th Street north of the gymnasium have been torn down along with the house on Robidoux Street just east of the new Early Childhood Center. Learn more at: Beacon on the Hill.

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