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Saint: Brendan


Annandale, NSW - St Brendan's Catholic

Annandale, NSW - St Brendan's Catholic

Year Built: 1912

Address: Corner Johnson & Collins Streets, , Annandale New South Wales, 2038

The first congregation of the newly established parish met for Mass in the Council Chambers on Sunday 6 March 1898. There were about fifty people present.* A block of land at the corner of Trafalgar and Johnson Streets was purchased and it was proposed to build a church school and convent. The Architect was Joseph Sheerin. The Church…

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Cobden, VIC - St Brendan's Catholic

Cobden, VIC - St Brendan's Catholic

Address: Curdie Street, , Cobden Victoria, 3266

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Ganmain, NSW - St Brendan's Catholic

Ganmain, NSW - St Brendan's Catholic

Address: 45 Langham Street, , Ganmain New South Wales, 2702

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Lakes Entrance, VIC - St Brendan's Catholic

Lakes Entrance, VIC - St Brendan's Catholic

Address: 40 Golf Links Road, , Lakes Entrance Victoria, 3909

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Lowood, QLD - St Brendan's Catholic

Lowood, QLD - St Brendan's Catholic

Address: Corner Church & Prospect Streets, , Lowood Queensland, 4311

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Moorooka, QLD - St Brendan's Catholic

Moorooka, QLD - St Brendan's Catholic

Year Built: 1918

Address: 27 Hawtree Street, , Moorooka Queensland, 4105

A Foundation stone reads, "This foundation stone of St Brendan's Church School was blessed and laid by Most Rev J Duhig DD Archbishop of Brisbane on 15th December 1918".

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Shepparton, VIC - St Brendan's Catholic

Shepparton, VIC - St Brendan's Catholic

Year Built: 1876

Address: 121 Knight Street, , Shepparton Victoria, 3630

The very first Mass held in the Shepparton area was held in 1876.* The first reference to St Brendan's church was made in the Advocate Newspaper of 16 July 1881 when it mentioned the drawing of an Art Union for the St Brendan's Presbytery. The names of the Architect and builder are not known due to a fire that destroyed the records.*…

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