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Medford Historical Society Papers, Volume 30., History of St. James' church, Wellington. (search)
ce was occupied, and this continued to be the case on each succeeding Sunday. In a few weeks Father O'Donnell arranged to have mass celebrated each Sunday in the Glenwood section in the fire-house on Spring street. This necessitated, of course, that Father O'Donnell secure another priest, and this was arranged by having a Redemptorist father come from Roxbury, Mass., each Sunday, Father O'Donnell and the Redemptorist father alternating each Sunday between the Wellington club house and the Spring street fire-house. Early in January, after carefully looking over his parish and the available land, Father O'Donnell purchased the land fronting on the Fellsway and running along Fourth street to Bradbury avenue, and at once arranged for a temporary building that might be used for church purposes until a permanent and suitable church could be erected. The Knights of Columbus' hospital hut at Parker hill, Roxbury, which had been used for war purposes during the World War was secured, tak