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Regardless of what the establishment was beforehand, it's always good to see a church go up somewhere it's needed.
MASCOTTE -- Big changes got under way for a local Lake County strip club to convert it into -- believe it or not -- a Catholic church.
Rafa's nightclub recently went out of business, and the building's new owners have been busy stripping it of its old roots.
Construction was slated to begin once the city of Mascotte gave the church its building permits.
Despite the unconventional switch, the owners said they hoped to open the church's doors by late fall.
"This area has never had a Catholic church, and this will be a first for them. I feel like they already feel the ownership of this place," said church spokesman Joseph Cruz.
The church was being built to accomodate about 300 people, and would be the first of its kind in Mascotte.
Before the project, the closest Catholic church was in Clermont.