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St. Hugh
St. Hugh's
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 On Blue Hill Avenue, near Seaver Street, St. Hugh's Church includes a section of Dorchester in its parish. The second pastor of St. John's, Patrick J. Supple, 1908-1932, reconstructed the mission church, St. Hugh's, so extensively that it was rededicated by the Cardinal on November 16, 1913.

The architect of St. Hugh's may have been Untersee, who lived in Brookline and built the towers for Mission Church and a church in East Boston.


Source:

Dorchester Old and New, 1630-1930. Dorchester: Chapple Pulishing Company for the Dorchester, Massachusetts, Tercentary Committee, 1930.

Lord, Robert H., John E. Sexton and Edward T. Harrington. History of the Archdiocese of Boston. New York: Sheed & Ward, 1944. 3 vols.


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