BISHOP 1TETZ DEDICATES CHURCH AT GREELEY. Greeley, Colo., Dec. 31. The Catholic Church iatt'ly constructed in this city under the supervision of the Rev. Father La Jeunesse, was dedicated with the usual ceremonies attendant on such occasions today, by the Very Rev. Bishop Matz. The Church was crowded crowd-ed to overflowing, both by members of the congregation and many of the best citizens of this city not members of the Church, who were curious- to witness the manner in which the ceremonies were to be conducted. The sermon by the very reverend gentleman has been very favorably commented on by all classes of citizens, many of whom have never heard a eermon prea cCie-d by a high dignitary of the Cathol'ic Church. All agree a3 to the excellence of the dcnuiGe, and are unanimous that the bishop is n'o ordinary man, but one with bread views, both as to religion, and every day life. . The Churck -is. a brick structure on the -corner of , Ninth avenue and Tenth street, one cf the most de'rable locations loca-tions in the city. It iiJ 0'A built, with a seating capacity of about 250, ample . for the prei'i-nt needs cf the parish.