BRICK BY BRICK: A Communion rail restored in a major, historic church
I just received something interesting from a reader in Chicago, for your Brick By Brick file.
Perhaps you have at some time driven down the Kennedy Expressway. Suddenly the Interstate bends sharply around, and very close to, the rectory of St. Stanislaw Kostka Church, one of the huge Polish churches served by Resurrectionists that closely dot the North Side. It is not far from the mighty St. John Cantius (recently voted the most beautiful church in these USA). This was, if memory serves, once the largest parishes in the world if not the largest, with some 15 Masses each day going