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Father Giovanni Bonelli describes his and Father Rino Ziliotto's trip to Edmonton, and the reception they received.

Pajama Party?
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Father Giovanni Bonelli relates an amusing anecdote about the accumulation of confessions he listened to shortly after his arrival in Edmonton.

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Mr. Giannone's involvement with choosing a location and the fundraising for the new church is described.

Funding & Location of New Church
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Santa Maria Goretti Church.  Photo courtesy of the Heritage Community Foundation.Father Bonelli explains why "Santa Maria Goretti" was chosen as the name for the new Parish.

Naming of the Parish Church
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Father Bonelli describes some of the changes in the Italian Community that he has witnessed in the time he has spent in Edmonton.

Development of Edmonton's Italian Community
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