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St Theresa's Roman Catholic Church, New Berlin NY
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This product is an exquisitely detailed  miniature of St Theresa’s Roman Catholic Church as it looks today (but it also has not changed in a long time).  Note the detail of the stained glass windows and railings.


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Back Text

St Theresa’s Roman Catholic Church

24 South Main Street

New Berlin NY 13411

On November 3, 1955, a committee presented a proposal to Bishop Walter Forey to create a new Catholic church in New Berlin, NY.  The committee included Father Bassney  (of Sherburne), Dr James Hoyt, Dr Angelo Franco, Mr Verner Shafer, Mrs Elizabeth Novak and Mrs Martha DeForest (now Fleury).  Bishop Forey approved the request leading to the formation of St Theresa of the Infant Jesus Roman Catholic Church in New Berlin, NY.

The building was originally used for a tailor business.  Later it became a butcher shop, a grocery store, a temporary school and a lawyer’s office before it was acquired by the Nazarene Church.  The Syracuse Diocese purchased the building in May of 1956.

After members of the church volunteered thousands of hours, the basement, main floor and second floor became the beautiful building that you see today.  The first mass was held in this building on June 3, 1956.  The church celebrated the 50-year anniversary of the first mass in June of 2006.





The size of this figure is 3-3/4” wide, 4-1/4” high and 3/4” thick.  It weighs 5 ounces.



The regular price for this figure is $16.25 plus $3.00 shipping  Sales tax for delivery to a NY address is $1.54 (see details).



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The building as it looks today.


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The front of the actual figure.

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The back of the actual figure.

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