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Church of the Day: St. Nicholas Ukranian Catholic Cathedral, Chicago

Not to leave our Eastern-Rite brethren out of the church of the day series, today’s spotlight falls on Chicago’s Ukrainian Catholic Cathedral. It was designed by local architects Worthmann and Steinbach (one of whom was Lutheran) but uses an interesting… Continue Reading →

Church of the Day: St. Hyacinth’s, Chicago

Chicago is full of glorious Polish churches, and one of the finest is St. Hyacinth in the Avondale neighborhood. This building was dedicated in 1921 and designed by the Chicago firm of Worthmann and Steinbach. It is most well known… Continue Reading →

Catholic Church A Day: Chicago

Today’s installment of Chicago’s Catholic Church a Day is St. Paul’s in the “Heart of Chicago” neighborhood. You might think you are looking at a German village, but you are actually seeing a Chicago building which has the unusual distinction… Continue Reading →

Church of the Day: St. Clement’s, Chicago

The Chicago Catholic church of the day is St. Clement’s in the Lincoln Park neighborhood. It was dedicated in 1918 and has been called the little sibling of the great cathedral in St. Louis because it was designed by the… Continue Reading →

Catholic Church-A-Day: Chicago

Since the Catholic churches of Chicago are glorious and generally under appreciated, and in a shameless effort to sell my book, Heavenly City (available on the link on this page), I thought it would be nice to start a new… Continue Reading →

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