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Vicar General and parish priest Msgr Terrence Montrose, and Angie Sukhai, Head of the Religious Education Department, look at the exterior of the 60-year old building after the break-in. Photo taken from Catholic Standard

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For the third time in six months, another building of the Catholic Church has been burgled.

Catholic Standard reported that this time the Our Lady of Fatima presbytery which now houses the parish offices, the priest’s office, parish hall and Religious Education Department (RED) of the diocese was ransacked and a number of items including a computer, flash drives, a CD player, “an almost brand new” power washer, a bicycle, a grass-cutting machine, and a cell phone, among other articles had been stolen.

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