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Catholic log chapel is Grand Teton wonder that 'evangelizes,' says deacon

Friday, October 21, 2016 14:24
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Nancy Wiechec | Catholic News Service
Father Lucas Kazimiro Simango greets Massgoers as they enter the log Chapel of the Sacred Heart in Grand Teton National Park in Wyoming Aug. 7

GRAND TETON NATIONAL PARK, Wyo. — Mary Morris was lured to the Chapel of the Sacred Heart inside of the national park by a small wooden road sign.

“I didn’t know the chapel was here,” the Hampshire, Illinois, resident told Catholic News Service in August during a visit to Wyoming’s popular national park. “I just happened to see the sign and stopped in.”

Morris had been camping in Yellowstone when she made the drive south to Grand Teton National Park.

She walked through the chapel door, made the sign of the cross, signed a guestbook and ducked into a pew to pray.

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