Mother of Sorrows Church (Cleveland, Ohio) records
Records (1906-1907) of Mother of Sorrows Church (Cleveland, Ohio) include baptism; marriage; and death registers. Also included is the baptism register (1893-1921) for St. Vitus Church (Cleveland, Ohio).
- Mother of Sorrows Church (Cleveland, Ohio). (Organization)
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Mother of Sorrows Church (Cleveland, Ohio) was founded in 1906 as a result of a schism within the St. Vitus Church parish. The first pastor was Rev. Kazimir Zakrajsek, O.F.M. The new parish lasted only seven months; its parishioners were reunited with the St. Vitus Parish under the guidance of Rev. Bartholomew J. Ponikvar.
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A related collection at the IHRC is Records of Saint Vitas Church (Cleveland, Ohio).
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