Retired Archbishop helps Our Lady of Guadalupe bless new building

May 27, 2012 at 7:02 pm | In West Seattle news, West Seattle religion | 1 Comment

Faith and sports are both in the mix at Our Lady of Guadalupe‘s new building – which is why you see a soccer ball, basketball, and volleyball in that photo, as retired Seattle Archbishop Alex Brunett blessed OLG’s new gym, which is named after him, and Parish Center, both formally dedicated as part of an expanded 11 am Mass today.

Parishioners walked across SW Myrtle to the new 10,000-square-foot complex, led by OLG’s pastor, Father Jack Walmesley:

There, Archbishop Brunett gave a blessing at the doors:

Inside, the celebration continued:

This comes two weeks shy of a year after the groundbreaking, during which the pastor didn’t just wield a ceremonial shovel, but actually operated the construction equipment to dig right in (WSB coverage, with video, here).

1 Comment

  1. What a great day for the OLG community and West Seattle. So proud of our amazing parish and supporters. The gym and new parish hall are incredible.

    Comment by Thd — 9:32 pm May 27, 2012 #

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