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Immaculate Conception Center was established by the Diocese of Brooklyn along Douglaston Parkway in 1967 and acted as…More a four-year seminary college through the mid 1980s.
The building currently serves as a residence for 100 seminarians and as a conference center, providing space for local parishes and their services, civic organizations and meetings.
The center, which is not open to the general public, also houses a number of the Diocese's agencies, such as the Pastoral Institute and the Office of the Regional Bishop of Queens North.
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