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The Most Rev. David J. Bonnar, Bishop of Youngstown, has released decrees regarding the three churches that are part of Our Lady of Sorrows Parish in Youngstown. These decrees will be read at Our Lady of Sorrows Parish during weekend Mass.

Official Decree | Holy Name of Jesus Church: Reduced to profane but not sordid use. Decree includes directives for removing sacred objects, relics, etc., prior to alienation of the property

Official Decree | SS Cyril and Methodius Church: Reduced to profane but not sordid use. Decree includes directives for removing sacred objects, relics, etc., prior to alienation of the property

Official Decree | St. Matthais Church: Designated the parish church of Our Lady of Sorrows Parish

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