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From: "Maureen" <>
Subject: Re: [GENMASSACHUSETTS] [MAMiddle] Churches in Lowell (Places toMarry)
Date: Tue, 05 Feb 2008 10:41:55 -0500
I believe the three churches you are referring to are the Immaculate
Conception which is located on the corner of East Merrimack and High Street.
There is also St. Anne's Episcopal church which is located on Merrimack
Street near City Hall and there is also the St. Joseph's Shrine, but for the
life of me I can't remember the street name, but it is off of Kirk Street.
There is also St. Patrick's church which I believe is on Adams street or in
the immediate area.
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From: "Betty" <>
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Sent: Tuesday, February 05, 2008 9:03 AM
Subject: [MAMiddle] Churches in Lowell (Places to Marry)
> I thought I could find a page in this web site which showed a picture of
> some of the large, impressive churches in Lowell. But, on quick look,
> didn't find one.
> Perhaps someone else could find a site which showed pictures of the
> I'm in Lowell often enough that I know there are at least 3 - large,
> impressive Catholic Churches in the downtown area. Unfortunately, I
> know their names !
> I'm mentioning this because sometimes a young couple who wish to marry -
> might visit a very nice church and decide "that" is where they would like
> get married !
> In addition, I know of a young couple who is considering getting married
> ... on a "cruise around Boston Harbor." Think of that possibility -
> when trying to find a place where your ancestors married !
> Or in the news you hear about couples who get married -- on a beach on
> shore of an ocean ! (There are places in Maine where they have a
> on the beach - where they will arrange a marriage for you.)
> Speaking of unusual places to get married ... I wonder when "Las Vegas"
> started being a place to get married !
> Food for thought !
> Betty (near Lowell, MA)
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