St. John Vianney Church will dedicate Multi-purpose Building Easter Sunday

St. John Vianney Church will dedicate its new Multi-purpose Building on Easter Sunday following a 10 a.m. Mass of Celebration led by Archbishop Joseph E. Kurtz.

The new building, at 4839 Southside Drive, will be used for such parish activities as wedding receptions, classes and programs.

The official dedication of the building will occur at 11:30 a.m. and will feature a cultural dragon dance, music, a formal meal and an Easter egg hunt for around 100 children.

Father Anthony Chinh Ngo, the parish pastor, said a crowd of more than 700 people is expected to attend the event.

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