Parishioners in some Queens churches are going to notice some changes Sunday.
The Diocese of Brooklyn and Queens has merged six churches into three parishes around the borough to save resources and money. Two Brooklyn churches have also been combined.
The mergers, which took effect Sept. 1, are the fourth wave of reconfigurations by Bishop Nicholas DiMarzio since early last year.
Individual churches will remain open, but the number of Masses is likely to be cut.
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