Buildings on the 37-acre tract of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Raleigh are being demolished in preparation for the new Holy Name of Jesus Cathedral. The buildings, which once held administrative offices, classrooms and a Catholic orphanage are being razed in preparation of a groundbreaking expected to take place by the end of 2014. The Diocese is continuing to work with N.C. State and the city of Raleigh to design roadways and egress to the new facility.
Buildings on the 37-acre tract of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Raleigh are being demolished in preparation for the new Holy Name of Jesus Cathedral. The buildings, which once held administrative offices, classrooms and a Catholic orphanage are being razed in preparation of a groundbreaking expected to take place by the end of 2014. The Diocese is continuing to work with N.C. State and the city of Raleigh to design roadways and egress to the new facility. cliddy@newsobserver.com
Buildings on the 37-acre tract of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Raleigh are being demolished in preparation for the new Holy Name of Jesus Cathedral. The buildings, which once held administrative offices, classrooms and a Catholic orphanage are being razed in preparation of a groundbreaking expected to take place by the end of 2014. The Diocese is continuing to work with N.C. State and the city of Raleigh to design roadways and egress to the new facility. cliddy@newsobserver.com

Old Raleigh orphanage building comes down to make way for cathedral

September 19, 2013 05:43 PM

UPDATED September 19, 2013 05:45 PM

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