Thursday, October 24, 2013

St. Margaret's parishioners plan a sharing of memories

Town became a ghost town, with very few parishioners remaining 
Father Jim Fagan (back row, left), Archbishop William Mark Duke, and Monsignor Ed Brown with St. Margaret's elementary school students in 1961. A reunion will be held Oct. 26 in Surrey. Photo submitted to The B.C. Catholic.
Photographs will be on display Oct. 26 in Star of the Sea Elementary School in Surrey as Father Jim Fagan reconnects with his former parishioners from St. Margaret's Parish in Ocean Falls, B.C. For full story see The B.C. Catholic website.

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