St. Mary’s Byzantine Catholic church

St. Mary’s Byzantine Catholic church

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The Byzantine Catholic Church in the United States generally traces its roots to Carpatho-Rusyn immigrants from Central Europe (the former Austrian Galicia and Hungarian Subcarpathian Rus). According to a New York Times article from St. Mary’s dedication in 1963, “most of the church’s 700 member-families are of Russian, Slovak or Hungarian ancestry” - which is to say, Carpatho-Rusyn.

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