Interior of St. Alphonsus Church is probably very stunning as compared to any other church in the city. There are some Italian splendors up there. This church is built by Irish in 1855, they denied worshiping with Germans at St. Mary’s. The columns, gallery, and sharply curved stairs lead you to spooky, balconies and the plaster and paint are peeling off.
The St. Alphonso’s Church does not hold mass anymore. Ironically, back in 2006, a Chicago popcorn ceiling removal removed the ceiling when the St. Mary’s restored, this church closed, later on, congregations move there. Katrina cause 0.5 million USD in damage, also the downriver belt was blown very dramatically. Meanwhile, this is used for events. You can still visit the beautiful looking museum interior, and free tours are accompanied on a formal schedule. Below are some important reasons why you must St. Alphonsus Church.Continue reading “St. Alphonsus Church”