St. Mary of Isle Church in Long Beach reopens for 1st time since Sandy

Another Long Beach landmark destroyed by Sandy has been reopened. St. Mary of the Isle Roman Catholic Church on East Walnut Street was flooded and

The church was heavily damaged during the October

The church was heavily damaged during the October storm. (Credit: News 12)

LONG BEACH - Another Long Beach landmark destroyed by Sandy has been reopened.

St. Mary of the Isle Roman Catholic Church on East Walnut Street was flooded and seriously damaged during the storm. The building required months of heavy renovations.

Bishop Robert Brennan was on hand for the dedication and officiated a Mass at 7 p.m. 

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