St. Kostka church is the prominent and oldest church in Chicago, located right along with the Kennedy Expressway. It was founded in 1887, the current building was building in late 1871 to 1881. The main highlights of this beautiful and historical church are painting over altar Tadeusz Zukotynski placing the baby Jesus in arms of the St. Stanislaus. It has very beautiful stained glass chandeliers and windows. Cardinal George designated this church as the Sanctuary of Divine Mercy.
Key Points When Visiting St. Stanislaus Kostka Church
Below are some important points that why you must visit this church when you visit Chicago.
The church building has Renaissance Revival style architecture and it recalls beautiful glory days of Polish- Lithuanian. The bricks used in the construction of this church are yellow and have limestone accents. It has seating capacity for 1500 people that is the biggest beauty of this church. The beautiful artistic treasures look very beautiful, once you visit this beautiful church you’ll fall in love with its interior beauty. It has beautiful stained glass windows.Continue reading “St. Stanislaus Kostka Church”