Six Catholic Churches in Westchester to Shut their Doors
It is the largest reorganization in the history of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of New York. And it’s hit Mamaroneck pretty hard.
On its website, Most Holy Trinity says the church has been in existence since 1874, one year before the Village of Mamaroneck was incorporated.
Of all the churches that will close their doors effective August 1, six are in Westchester County.
112 parishes will be merged to create 55 new parishes, the archdiocese announced. In 31 of those new parishes, one of the churches will no longer be used for regular services, meaning those churches will be effectively closed by August.