AMARILLO - The Roman Catholic Diocese of Amarillo has broken ground for its new pastoral center at 4502 N.E. 24th Ave.
The new 33,000-sf center will replace the current diocese headquarters at 1800 N. Spring St. — which was built in 1954.
Completion of the facility is expected between March and May 2016, said Deacon Phillip Whitson. “In addition to the offices that we currently have, there will also be space for a new museum, and also meeting space for up to 150 people,” Whitson said.
After the new chancery is built, the old building on N. Spring will be demolished with plans to grass in that area and make it available for neighborhood use.
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