1.St Mary's Church
216 Belmont Rd
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2.St Mary's Church Rectory
302 Belmont Rd
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3.St Michael's Church
524 N 5th St
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4.St Mark's Lutheran Church
715 24th Ave S
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5.St Michael's School
504 5th Ave N
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Established in 1916, St. Michael's Elementary School is a Catholic learning center that enrolls students in pre- kindergarten through grade six. It provides classes in a variety of academic subjects,
6.St Timothys Rectory
511 N 8th St
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7.St Katharine Drexel Parish
1602 32nd Ave S
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