Catholic Churches, when they are at their best, are “sermons in stone.” They are a place of worship and prayer, a transcendent place that lifts us out of ourselves, body and soul, into God’s presence. Our parish forebearers have left us a treasure trove of architectural, musical, and spiritual creations offered for the greater glory of God. Throughout the Catholic world, the people who have gone before us allowed God to transform the brick, wood, and glass of their spiritual homes into places endowed with the grace to fill hearts, change families, build communities, and inspire the world. Over the last century the walls of our Central City churches absorbed the prayers, hopes, and dreams of our parish’s predecessors; they are witnesses to lives dedicated to the Catholic faith and to the Church.
Please take a moment to view some of the art and architecture of our parish churches.
“How awesome this place is! This is nothing else but the house of God, the gateway to heaven!” – Genesis 28:17