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Requiem for a Parish

From the February 2006 Print Edition

It was built by Polish immigrants—workers in the steel mill and the glass factory that sat along the bend in the Ohio River. The Poles were poor, poorer than the Irishmen who built St. Peter’s less than a quarter of a mile away, and poorer even than the Italians who erected Holy Name Parish . . . . Continue Reading »