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Heavenly city : the architectural tradition of Catholic Chicago

Author: Denis R McNamara; James Morris
Publisher: Chicago : Liturgy Training Publications, ©2005.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Denis R McNamara; James Morris
ISBN: 1568545037 9781568545035
OCLC Number: 62386807
Description: ix, 149 pages : color illustrations ; 34 cm
Contents: Foreword / by Duncan Stroik --
Preface --
Introduction / by Thomas Gordon Smith --
Downtown: Holy Name Cathedral, Near North Side/Gold Coast ; Assumption, Near North Side/Gold Coast ; St. James Chapel at Quigley Preparatory Seminary, Near North Side/Gold Coast ; St. Peter, Loop ; Old St. Patrick's, Near West Side/University Village --
North: Our Lady of Mount Carmel, Lakeview ; St. Ignatius, East Rogers Park ; St. Alphonsus, Lakeview ; St. Vincent de Paul, Lincoln Park ; St. Josaphat, Lincoln Park ; St. Clement, Lincoln Park ; St. Jerome, East Rogers Park ; Our Lady of Lourdes, Uptown ; Madonna della Strada Chapel, East Rogers Park ; St. Michael, Old Town ; St. Ita, Edgewater ; Queen of All Saints Basilica, Sauganash --
Northwest: St. Hyacinth Basilica, Avondaie ; St. John Berchmans, Logan Square/Bucktown ; St. John Cantius, Wicker Park/Ukrainian Village ; Holy Trinity, Wicker Park/Ukrainian Village ; St. Stanislaus Kostka, Wicker Park/Ukrainian Village ; St. Viator, Irving Park ; St. Mary of the Angels, Logan Square/Bucktown ; St. Boniface, Wicker Park/Ukrainian Village ; St. Hedwig, Logan Square/Bucktown ; Holy Innocents, Wicker Park/Ukrainian Village --
South: St. Michael, South Shore/South Chicago ; St. Martin, Englewood ; Nativity of Our Lord, Bridgeport ; Holy Cross-Immaculate Heart of Mary, Back of the Yards/Canaryville ; Institute of Christ the King, Woodlawn ; St. Anthony, Pullman ; St. Gabriel, Back of the Yards/Canaryville ; St. Basil/Visitation, New City/Back of the Yards ; St. John of God, Sherman Park ; St. Thomas the Apostle, Hyde Park ; St. Ambrose, Kenwood ; Holy Cross Monastery, Bridgeport ; St. Rita of Cascia, West Englewood ; Corpus Christi, Oakland/Grand Boulevard ; St. Anselm, Washington Park ; St. Columbanus, Greater Grand Crossing ; Our Lady of Guadalupe, Shrine of St. Jude, South Chicago ; St. Philip Neri, South Shore ; Our Lady of Peace, South Shore --
West: Holy Family, Near West Side/University Village ; St. Pius V, Pilsen ; Our Lady of Sorrows Basilica, Near West Side ; Holy Rosary, Wicker Park/Ukrainian Village ; Notre Dame de Chicago, Near West Side ; St. Adalbert, Pilsen ; St. Paul, Pilsen ; St. Nicholas Cathedral, Ukranian Catholic Church, Wicker Park/Ukrainian Village --
Suburbs: St. Thomas Aquinas Priory Chapel, Dominican University, River Forest ; Chapel of the Immaculate Conception, University of St. Mary of the Lake/ Mundelein Seminary, Mundelein ; St. Athanasius, Evanston ; Chapel at the Convent of the Sacred Heart, Barat College, Lake Forest ; Marytown, Shrine of St. Maximilian Kolbe, Libertyville ; St. Peter, Skokie ; St. Edmund, Oak Park ; Ascension, Oak Park ; St. Giles, Oak Park ; Immaculate Conception, Waukegan ; Chapel of the Holy Spirit, Divine Word Monastery, Techny ; St. Francis Xavier, Wilmette ; St. Joseph, Wilmette ; Saints Faith, Hope, and Charity, Winnetka.
Other Titles: Architectural tradition of Catholic Chicago
Responsibility: Denis R. McNamara ; photographs by James Morris.

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