Hennepin County, Minnesota

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[Source: The Conserver (Hastings, MN) Tuesday, October 30, 1866; transcribed by Mary Kay Krogman]

HENNEPIN COUNTY. From The Minneapolis Chronicle, 23d.
A new and commodious church (Lutheran) is being built on the corner of Fourth and Rice Streets, two blocks below the court house. It is already enclosed, and will at an early day be dedicated. The Lutherans in the city have for a long time required a house to worship in and we congratulate them that they have one so nearly completed. It will be a good one.

- - 1886 - - St. Vincent de Paul Conference
[Source: The Irish Standard (Minneapolis, MN) April 17, 1886] mkk]
A St. Vincent de Paul conference was organized in St. Stephen's parish on Sunday last. Chas. P. Preston was elected president; Thos. Quinn, vice president; secretary, Wm. McMullen; treasurer, P. J. Kennedy, James P. McKenna, librarian. The organization starts out with a very good membership.

- - 1886 - - Baptism
[Source: The Irish Standard (Minneapolis, MN) April 17, 1886] mkk]
Mr. Watson, who resides on Portland avenue near Fifteenth street, was baptized in the Catholic faith at St. Stephen's church, corner of Twenty-second street and Clinton avenue, last Sunday.

- - 1900 - - Ascension Church
[Source: The Irish Standard (Minneapolis, MN) Jan. 13, 1900, page 5] mkk]
The Rosary Society of the Ascension church met Sunday and elected the following officers: President, Mrs. M. J. Walsh; secretary, Mrs. John Rice; treasurer, Miss Kitty Byrne; marshal, Mrs. William Boardman; sacristans, Mrs. M. J. Walsh and Mrs. McNulty.

- - 1910 - - St. Stephen's Church
Source: The Duluth Herald, Tuesday Evening, Oct. 25, 1910.
MINNESOTA BRIEFS. Minneapolis - Archbishop Ireland delivered the sermon at high mass Sunday in St. Stephen's church and later administered confirmation to a class of more than 100 members. In his sermon he discussed various phases of the church and modern society, explaining in particular the church belief in miracles.

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