The 5 splendiferous Churches of Minnesota
5. Church of St. Columba, St. Paul – This church was erected in 1950, but its parish has its origins in 1914. Michael Casey contracted the formulation of the church whose stylish blend of Art Deco and French influence is reflected in its architecture.
4. Lakewood Memorial Chapel, Minneapolis – Originally constructed in 1910, this chapel is located within the Lakewood Cemetary of the south end of Uptown. It is patterned after the architecture of Istanbul and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
3. Basilica of St. Mary, Minneapolis – In the early 1900’s the first Basilica was founded in the nation and established on its own block. This beautiful landmark is co-cathedral of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Saint Paul.
2. Church of the Sacred Heart, Freeport – This church was first constructed in 1882 as a wooden structure. This church may be small, but its resilience and history have it listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
1. Cathedral of St. Paul, St. Paul –The Roman Catholic cathedral open their doors in 1915 and patterned it’s classical style and structure after the unique themes of French churches. It’s the third largest church in the nation.
We would be remiss to not present our honorable mention of Mighty Fortress.
Who is Mighty Fortress?
Established in 1945, Mighty Fortress Church offers worship services and solutions to its parishioners. Everyone is welcome to come and listen to the message of God.
They provide life changing ministry, services, and programs with a loving and nurturing atmosphere that will spark and feed your desire for God.
Expect to be treated like family within this community. Interact with people who have a genuine concern for you and your salvation. Come to worship with them, receive blessings, and spiritual growth and rejuvenation.