The former Holy Cross Catholic Church on Lansing's west side was boarded up for two years, but thanks to a growing population of Vietnamese parishioners from the St. Andrew Dung-Lac church, it is getting new life.
According to excerpts from the story:
The Vietnamese congregation of about 180 families simply grew out of its former building on South Washington Avenue.
The congregation's move to the Holy Cross site on West Oakland Avenue gives the parish room to grow. It fills a neighborhood hole created when Holy Cross closed in 2009, leaving a once-bustling site lifeless. It even helps fill a hole in the heart for former Holy Cross parishioners.
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