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Our Lady Of The Rosary

Our Lady of the Rosary Parish, Windsor – St. Anne Parish, Windsor

No later than 31 October 2007, both Our Lady of the Rosary Parish and St. Anne Parish will close. The territorial boundaries of these two parishes will be absorbed into those of neighboring parishes. This assignment of the respective territories will be decided in the near future upon consultation with the Deanery of Windsor.

A ride past OLTR from the waterfront recently showed some of the neglect of the bell towers.

Earlier this summer the church was allegedly hit by lightning, and as it is slated to close, no one seems to care about how crappy it looks in its current condition.

Years of sucking cash, but not putting a dime back. It sounds like the Catholic Church and Windsor Utilities have a lot in common.

This is the church I was married in, and from a personal point of view, once she closes (after 100 years), I’m done.

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