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West Side Churches

The West Side contains a few churches that harken back to old Europe.  The first is the Bulgarian Orthodox Church:


Next, a new feature featuring a video production of the the Romanian Orthodox Church.  Thanks to my friend Mike for putting all of this together:

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Finally, the Catholic Church and Gymnasium on West St Clair Street (Formerly the Slovenian Roman Catholic Church).


There was also a Serbian Orthodox Church on the near West Side, but they have moved away from their 16th Street location.
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5 Responses to “ “West Side Churches”

  1. The Bird says:

    Holy Trinity Catholic Church is not “formerly” the Slovenian Roman Catholic Church. It still is. A majority of the parishoners are descendants from the original families that built it.

    Thanks for posting the pics.

  2. Kevin says:

    Thanks, I wasn’t sure about that since the Slovenian name was not on the front sign.

  3. Graeme says:

    I’m actually working on the new building going up alongside the Slovenian church, inspecting construction progress tomorrow morning. But the church is a beautiful old building, and it is definitely treasured by the residents.

    I have been very impressed by the focus of the church on helping the neighborhood and the local community. It’s a good one.

  4. Kevin says:

    Neat, we were wondering what they were building there.

  5. WYA! says:

    Love the pics of the inside

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