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Saint Monica's Church

inside: Rivet City
owner: Father Clifford and Diego
quests: The Replicated Man
A Nice Day for a Right Wedding
Church Donations

Saint Monica's Church is the church in Rivet City run by Father Clifford and his acolyte Diego.

Contents

Notable Loot

  • Pre-war Money: In the donation box (Locked). The donation box is on the table behind the podium.

Related quests

Note

  • Father Clifford informs the player that Saint Monica is the patron saint of lost children, and this is a major focus of Clifford's theology. Historically, Saint Monica was Saint Augustine of Hippo's mother and the patron saint of difficult children (among other things), but in Fallout Saint Monica was a woman born to ghoul parents.
  • If you are caught attempting to break into the donation box Father Clifford and Diego will become hostile towards you. Diego, despite being an acolyte, will attempt to attack you in retaliation.
  • Given that the church obviously believes in sainthood means that it is probably a descendant of either the Roman Catholic church or the Anglican church. Also, if you tell Father Clifford that Diego has been sleeping with Angela, and listen to their conversation, Clifford will tell Diego that he is going to Purgatory, which has traditionally been a teaching of the Catholic Church.

Appearances

  • Saint Monica's Church appears only in Fallout 3.

External Links

Rivet City

This article uses material from the "Saint Monica's Church" article on the Fallout wiki at Wikia and is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike License.

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