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Detail for Saint Mary of Perpetual Help Church : Church Catholic
Mass Schedule: Saturday, 4:00pm, Sunday 8:30am, 10:15am Pastor: Rev. Donald R. Craig. Founded 1885, Church constructed 1889. Architecture: byzantine/romanesque. 3 domes, largest rises 175 feet. Contains historic 1889 paintings restored by Art Institute of Chicago and 1889 artifacts from old high school building cornerstone on display. - sys, 12/16/2001
I grew up there, had my values forged there, visit it when I can and it still take my breath away. I appreciate it more and more as i get older. Not only do thar not build them like that anymore, they don't seem to make parish communities like that any more. - Greg Lisinski, 10/06/2003
After trying to find any tangible information on my Grandfather, I finally found him here. He and my grandmother were married in this magnificent church In August of 1899. I can't wait for the day I can visit this church and attend mass. It's breathtaking. - Kathie Gomski McMahon Poway, California, 06/13/2003
I remember going thru the Stations of the Cross with Msr. Smaza years and years ago. I didn't appreciate the beauty of the church back then, but I do now. I have yet to
find another church that even comes close. The pictures are gorgeous. - Tammy, 01/21/2003
Your church is more beautiful that ever. Very inspiring on this the feast of St. Francis. See you the 30th. - Jacque Marco, 10/04/2002
You are doing a great job Monsignor! Hope all is well in Bridgeport. - Papal Nuncio, 10/02/2002
Fantastic pictures- Can't wait to show the family me - email@example.com, 10/01/2002
Father Don, you have kept the original charm of this showcase. Viewing these photos has me reliving my childhood again. Do I hear that outstanding organ? My children were thrilled on their recent visit. Keep it up. - Bob Marshall, 09/24/2002
The pictures are magnificent, Don. Aren't we fortunate to have you in charge of the care of such a treasure. - Alicia Burns, 07/27/2002