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St.Casimir’s, Collyhurst

In 1903-4 Lithuanians, Poles and Ruthenians (White Russians, Ukrainians) jointly financed a chapel in Manchester. The chapel building also housed community associations and clubs. They called it St.Casimir’s. It was on Pilling Street, off Rochdale Road near Collyhurst. Their priest … Continue reading

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