Cristo Rey Catholic Church

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Cristo Rey Catholic Church is only open to the public during Holy Week, as it is part of a cloistered convent. Its ghost in residence is said to be a kindly nun in traditional habit, seen praying at the altar communion rail. If people approach her, she gradually fades away.

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Geographic Information

8025 Williamette Ave
El Paso, TX
United States

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31.7396322, -106.34088050000003
El Paso County, Texas
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  1. The Cristo Rey monestery is separate from Cristo Rey Catholic Church. You have the map, picture, directions and address for Cristo Rey Church. Please correct your mistake.

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