St. Thomas Church, Kolkata
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St. Thomas's Church in Kolkata, India, is a Roman Catholic, Latin Rite church. It is one of the colonial style buildings of the city. It is located in Middleton Row, Park Street. Mother Teresa lay in state in this church for one week prior to her funeral, in September 1997.
|St. Thomas Church|
St Thomas Church
|Location||Park Street, Kolkata|
|Completed||5 May 1842|
|Number of towers||1|
|Archdiocese||Archdiocese of Calcutta|
|Province||Archdiocese of Calcutta|
On 11 September 1841, Mgr. Carew laid the foundation stone of St. Thomas’ Church. It was Blessed on 5 May 1842, Ascension day and officially opened to the public on 8 September 1842. It is the second parish established by Mgr. Carew in the City of Kolkata in 1844. 
- "KOLKATA DEANERY: parishes". Calcutta Archdiocese. Retrieved 5 May 2019.
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