St. John’s Cathedral in downtown Fresno is among a number of Catholic churches in the central San Joaquin Valley that have been designated as having a special “Holy Door” for granting indulgences, a way the church believes punishment for sins can be reduced.
St. John’s Cathedral in downtown Fresno is among a number of Catholic churches in the central San Joaquin Valley that have been designated as having a special “Holy Door” for granting indulgences, a way the church believes punishment for sins can be reduced. Craig Kohlruss Fresno Bee file
St. John’s Cathedral in downtown Fresno is among a number of Catholic churches in the central San Joaquin Valley that have been designated as having a special “Holy Door” for granting indulgences, a way the church believes punishment for sins can be reduced. Craig Kohlruss Fresno Bee file

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