Wyong, NSW - St Cecilia's Catholic
Year Built: 1907
Denomination: Roman Catholic
Last Updated: 05/01/2021
History and Architecture:
The original intention was to build a church on Alison Road in Wyong close to the Old Court House however in 1904 a local resident by the name of Albert Warner purchased the land where the church is today. He donated the land to the church.
The Church cost £861 to erect.
The foundation stone says it was laid by Cardinal Moran on 6 October 1907. It was laid on that date but not by Cardinal Moran as he was too ill to travel from Sydney to Wyong. Instead it was laid by his Vicar General, Monsignor Carroll.
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|1915 -||Father R.J. O'Regan|
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