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August 2, 1914 The church was bought on Ferdinand Street (now Arlington) for $ 27,000 and was later dedicated to the Ukrainian Catholic Church of the Sacred Heart I. H. In 1952, the second Catholic parish was officially established in Boston. Purchased Syrian Orthodox Church of St. Yura. Each priest of the Sacred Heart tried to impose connections with the former parishioners of St. Jura, and in the end a new abbot, Father Stephen Chomko, began in 1968. The negotiations that led to the reunification of the parishes of St. Jura and the Most Holy Heart. It was uzgidneno that the parish will exist under a different name and Vladyka Shmondyuk called it the coming of Christ the Tsar. At this time, the coming of Christ the King in Boston was the only church in America that was officially named two days ago. The dedication of the new church took place in the spring of 1972. It is interesting that the funds in the church ticket office fully covered the cost of building a new church, so that the newly united parish began its existence without debt.

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