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hes, Catholic: First record of Catholic worship in the colony, 244; School Street Chapel, Boston, purchased, 244; early priests, 245; erection of church on Franklin Street, 245; Cardinal Cheverus, 245; Bishop Fenwick, 245; Cambridge part of St. Mary's parish, Charlestown, 246; Sunday-school organized in East Cambridge, 246; land purchased, 246; St. John's Church dedicated, 247; Woburn added to the parish, 247; parish of St. Peter's Church, 247,249; parish of St. Mary's Church, 248, 250; Church St. Mary's Church, 248, 250; Church of the Sacred Heart, 249; parish of St. Paul's, 250; new St. John's parish, 251; Church of Notre Dame de Pitie, 251; parish of the Sacred Heart, at Mount Auburn, 252. Churches, Protestant: Thomas Hooker's company settle at Mount Wollaston, 234; ordered to come to the New Town, 234; a meeting-house built, 234; ministers, 234; remove to Connecticut, 234; arrival of Thomas Shepard's company, 234; a new church formed, 234; Shepard installed as its minister, 234; its organization a notable event,