Gravestones of pioneer Tacoma nuns surround the main altar at Calvary Cemetery, dedicated to Father Peter Francis Hylebos, the first pastor of St. Leo’s Parish, who was instrumental in bringing the sisters to Tacoma.
Gravestones of pioneer Tacoma nuns surround the main altar at Calvary Cemetery, dedicated to Father Peter Francis Hylebos, the first pastor of St. Leo’s Parish, who was instrumental in bringing the sisters to Tacoma. RUSS CARMACK Staff file, 2005
Gravestones of pioneer Tacoma nuns surround the main altar at Calvary Cemetery, dedicated to Father Peter Francis Hylebos, the first pastor of St. Leo’s Parish, who was instrumental in bringing the sisters to Tacoma. RUSS CARMACK Staff file, 2005

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