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This majestic cathedral-sized church is a testament to the industrious and faithful Polish immigrants that built it over a century ago. Situated on Poland street, it calls to heart the patron saint of chimney sweeps, firefighters, and soapmakers. Poland adopted the Roman-borne saint in 1184....More
We were in Hantramck during the week when the church was closed, but I got talking to a woman walking down the street who told me her parents were married in the church and she grew up there. She told me to knock on the...More
a beautiful church nestled in the once Polish community of Hamtramck. A must if you like wood carvings and one of the most impressive organs around. They still say mass in Polish. If your into seeing churches that are not just halls with crosses in...More
Of course, that's only my opinion. This is an old style Catholic church that has almost enough seats to be a cathedral. It is an amazing building, and even if one is not Catholic, if you have an interest in architecture, you must see it....More
The church is very clean. We went to an English mass which was sparsely populated on a Saturday @ 4pm. I would like to go to the Polish mass on Sunday and would hope to see the church packed. The windows and altar and chapels...More
My grandparents were married in this church and my siblings and aunts wanted to see what it was like. We were so blessed to be able to enter this building. The Parish has "adoration" from 3-6 pm on Fridays. After walking up several steps and...More