With a a steering committee formed to help gather information, work with the insurance company and general contractors and report their findings, the community is moving forward one year later.
Nine months ago, a devastating fire destroyed our church in Melrose. As we wait for decisions to be made about its restoration, I paused to reflect on Christmas traditions celebrated at St. Mary’s.
While the community of St. Mary Church in Melrose prepares to celebrate the Christmas season without their beloved building, which was severely damaged in a fire March 11, its members are hopeful that some traditions will carry on as usual.
The doors opened June 13 from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Parish leaders were on site all day to answer questions and welcome visitors.
A reward is being offered for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person or persons responsible for the March 11 fire at St. […]
Clean up and abatement efforts at St. Mary Church in Melrose are well underway after the March 11 fire. The church’s high altar and statues were […]
Almost 62 years ago, Ralph Revermann was baptized at St. Mary Church in Melrose and has been a member ever since. For 22 of those years, […]
Sacred Heart School in Freeport invited students and staff from St. Mary’s School in Melrose to pray, share a meal and get to know one another […]