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Sep 8, 2005 Rev. Mary Lou Reile, Scientology leader — Buffalo News
The Rev. Mary Lou Reile of Elma, director of special affairs for the Church of Scientology in Buffalo for 20 years, died Monday in Mercy Hospital after a short illness. She was 72.
Born in Buffalo, the former Mary Lou Urso graduated from Kensington High School, what was then Rosary Hill College and Hubbard College, where she achieved Executive Status One. The mother of seven, she was crowned Mrs. Buffalo in 1957.
As a minister in the Church of Scientology, she ...
Feb 2, 2005 Outside critics are unacceptable — Buffalo News
Feb 2, 2005 Scientology tests' purpose and validity are questioned — Buffalo News
Feb 1, 2005 Helping spread the word — Buffalo News
Jan 30, 2005 Englightenment's Dark Side — Buffalo News
Jul 16, 2004 Church of Scientology back to the future — Business First of Buffalo
Business First of Buffalo
The Church of Scientology's new Buffalo headquarters is a work of love.
A lot of love.
When the doors opened on the historic Main Street building last November, it marked both the completion of a cycle for the late-1800s building and a new chapter for the religious order. That both intersect, is in itself, sort of divine intervention with everything lining up the right way at the right time.
"You could say we've put the building back to its original use," ...
Nov 18, 2003 Scientology opens new church with fanfare — Buffalo News
A large insignia engraved on a dramatic backdrop stood in commanding fashion over a red-carpeted stage.
In front rested a sculpted wooden podium flanked by a TelePrompTer.
Politicians and celebrities sat among rows of filled white seats, as plainclothes security wearing earphones surveyed the crowd.
Meanwhile, hundreds of red, white and blue balloons waited to be released.
One could have been forgiven for thinking Vice President Cheney was in Buffalo a day early. Instead, it was the grand opening of the ...
Aug 29, 2003 Volunteers from near and far help restore Church of Scientology's new home — Buffalo News More: groups.google.com
Rebuild it and they will come. Volunteers from around the globe have been hard at work in the Church of Scientology's new three-story, two-mezzanine home at 836 Main St., on the southwest corner of Main and Virginia streets. Members have come from as far as Hungary, Lithuania, South Africa and Italy to work on the 23,232-square-foot building's restoration, scheduled for completion in mid-September. Closer to home, Scientologists from Chicago, Miami, New York City and Hollywood, where the church is headquartered, have ...
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