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Historic Sites of Manitoba: St. Ann’s Roman Catholic Church / St. Ann’s School (271 Hampton Street, Winnipeg)

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The St. Ann’s Roman Catholic Parish began as a mission of St. Mary’s Cathedral. Services were held in the St. Joseph’s Orphanage until a church was built in the St. James area of Winnipeg. Land on Hampton Street was purchased in August 1917 and the church building was consecrated in December 1917. In the 1920s, a school for some 85 students was held on the ground floor. It operated until 1971. The church celebrates its centenary in 2017.

Clerics

Period

Cleric

1917-1918

Rev. O. C. Dwyer

1918-1919

Rev. A. O. Cudahy

1919-1920

Rev. A. S. Rheume

1920-1922

Rev. William George Moore

1922-1923

Rev. Aloysius Darnell

1923-1925

Rev. J. E. Louis Lee

1925-1928

Rev. Edward D. Barton (1872-1928)

1928-1933

Rev. J. A. Webb

1933-1972

Rev. Francis Xavier MacAulay

Photos & Maps

St. Ann's Roman Catholic Church

Site Location (lat/long): N49.88194, W97.21235
denoted by symbol on the map above

Sources:

100th Anniversary, St. Ann’s Roman Catholic Parish, 2017.

Death registration [Edward Barton], Manitoba Vital Statistics.

This page was prepared by Alan Critchley and Gordon Goldsborough.

Page revised: 14 March 2018

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