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St. Andrew's Catholic Church was a Catholic church in North Oakland on San Pablo Avenue.

A new building was dedicated in 1909, under Pastor P. J. Quinn. 1

In 1957, the 1909 building was in the way of the MacArthur Freeway construction, so the church sold the building to the state of California. The state sold it to Greater St. John Missionary Baptist Church, which moved it to Market St. near 18th. The congregation built a new building on San Pablo near 32nd St., which it moved into in December 1957.

In 1965, St. Joseph's Catholic Church was merged into St. Andrew’s. 3 The resulting church was often referred to as St. Andrew’s — St. Anthony’s, and was around until at least 1973.

The building on San Pablo was subsequently torn down.

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Links and References

  1. With Solemn Services, New St. Andrew's Church... Oakland Tribune September 18, 1909
  2. Blighted Triangle Turned Into Park Oakland Tribune November 6, 1959 (photos)
  3. Old Church Victim of Progress Oakland Tribune May 28, 1965