St. Gabriel Church, 1916

On May 15, 1916 the parishioners and guests of St. Gabriel Church gathered for a parade, a high mass, and dedication exercises for their new church. They had successfully completed a four-year, $35,000 fundraising effort for their new building at 379 Broad Street. It replaced the congregation’s old, small chapel that Rev. James Smyth had purchased in 1865 from the Episcopalians who had recently built a new church. The 1845 chapel was torn down in 1917 after completion of the new St. Gabriel Church. Copyright 2015 Windsor Historical Society.

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