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Episcopalians Take Historic Pilgrimage Through Salt Lake

Episcopalians Take Historic Pilgrimage Through Salt Lake

Posted - Jun. 12, 2004 at 9:12 p.m.



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(KSL News) -- Young Episcopalians took a pilgrimage through Salt Lake City today, to learn about the Diocese of Utah's history.

They made a stop at St. Mark's Cathedral, which is the oldest building in Utah where continuous religious services have been held.

Then it was on to the campuses of Rowland Hall-St. Mark's Upper and Middle School... which was Utah's first independent school founded by Episcopalians.

The entire walk covered a five mile area.

The Episcopal Diocese of Utah has about six thousand members, and has been serving Utah for over 140 years.

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