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And here is where one wonders about the intentions of Bishop Nicholas Di Marzio and other officials of the Brooklyn archdiocese.
Did they intentionally allow Our Lady of Loreto to deteriorate so they could claim it as a danger to the community and apply for demolition? The fight to preserve it included petitions and donation drives.
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