St. Louis Park worshippers mourn dissolution of church

It was the final Christmas mass for worshippers at the Most Holy Trinity Catholic Church in St. Louis Park on Sunday. The west metro church is set to officially dissolve on Dec. 31, along with six other local catholic churches. Kare11 talks to parishioners who have been connected to church for generations.
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It was the final Christmas mass for worshippers at the Most Holy Trinity Catholic Church in St. Louis Park on Sunday. The west metro church is set to officially dissolve on Dec. 31, along with six others. Kare11 talks to parishioners who have been connected to church for generations.

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