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Judge rules in favor of diocese selling St. James the Great in L.A.

The Daily Pilot, in Fountain Valley, California, reports that a judge has allowed the sale of a church property to move forward after parishioners of St. James the Great in Newport Beach filed a lawsuit to at least temporarily halt the sale. A developer purchased the property for $15 million, a deal made by Bishop J. Jon Bruno and announced to the congregation in May.

Legacy Partners Residential is the buyer and plans to replace the 1940s-era church with high-end townhomes. […]

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