List of Catholic churches in the United States

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This is a list of notable Catholic churches and cathedrals in the United States.

In the United States, there are more than 20,000 Catholic buildings. Among these numerous Catholic churches and cathedrals are notable. Notable ones include any that are listed on the National Register of Historic Places[1] or on state and local historic registers.

There are 193 current Catholic cathedrals in the U.S., listed at List of the Catholic cathedrals of the United States. Another 74 basilicas—some are also cathedrals—are notable as well (See List of basilicas). The following list, by state, is intended to includes all these cathedrals plus other active churches and notable former cathedrals and churches.

These include:

(by state then city or town)

Alabama[edit]

Church Image Dates Location City, state Description
Cathedral of St Paul 1893 built
1982 NRHP-listed
2120 3rd Ave. N33°31′01″N 86°48′18″W / 33.51683°N 86.80509°W / 33.51683; -86.80509 (St Paul's Cathedral, Birmingham, Alabama) Birmingham, Alabama Cathedral of St. Paul Parish, the seat of the Diocese of Birmingham in Alabama. This diocese was split from the Archdiocese of Mobile in 1969.
Sacred Heart Catholic Church 1914–16 built
Alabama Register-listed
112 2nd Street S.E.34°10′39″N 86°50′29″W / 34.17753°N 86.84133°W / 34.17753; -86.84133 (Sacred Heart Catholic Church (Cullman, Alabama)) Cullman, Alabama Diocese of Birmingham in Alabama, parish church. Sacred Heart of Jesus Parish was established in 1877.
St. Leo's Catholic Church built 1905
Alabama Register-listed
W. Perry Street32°30′48″N 87°50′19″W / 32.51342°N 87.83862°W / 32.51342; -87.83862 (St. Leo's Catholic Church (Demopolis, Alabama)) Demopolis, Alabama Diocese of Birmingham in Alabama, parish church. Served as a mission until St. Leo the Great Parish was established in 1936.
St. Patrick's Catholic Church built 1924
1988 NRHP-listed
E. side Parkway 9030°39′46″N 88°03′28″W / 30.66277°N 88.05777°W / 30.66277; -88.05777 (St. Patrick's Catholic Church (Loxley, Alabama)) Loxley, Alabama Archdiocese of Mobile, community church. Parish church is in Daphne. Christ the King Parish was established in 1896.
Cathedral Basilica of the Immaculate Conception built 1833–84,
consecrated 1850
2 South Claiborne Street30°41′25″N 88°02′44″W / 30.69019°N 88.04568°W / 30.69019; -88.04568 (Cathedral Basilica of the Immaculate Conception (Mobile, Alabama)) Mobile, Alabama Immaculate Conception Parish, the seat of the Archdiocese of Mobile. The first parish of Mobile was erected on July 20, 1703, by Jean-Baptiste de la Croix de Chevrières de Saint-Vallier, Bishop of Quebec.
Most Pure Heart of Mary Catholic Church built 1908
Martin Luther King Jr. Avenue & Alamsted Street30°41′46″N 88°03′11″W / 30.69598°N 88.05301°W / 30.69598; -88.05301 (Most Pure Heart of Mary Catholic Church)) Mobile, Alabama Archdiocese of Mobile, parish church. Most Pure Heart of Mary Parish was established in 1899. It was organized to serve Mobile's African American community during the Jim Crow era. Priests and nuns from the parish participated in boycotts and demonstrations in support of the community during the Civil Rights struggle. The church was a primary public meeting place for the Neighborhood Organized Workers (NOW) organization, founded in Mobile in July 1966 with a mission focused on achieving full equality.
St. Francis Xavier Roman Catholic Church built 1916
1991 NRHP-listed
2034 St. Stephens Road30°42′33″N 88°04′49″W / 30.70916°N 88.08027°W / 30.70916; -88.08027 (St. Francis Xavier Roman Catholic Church (Mobile, Alabama)) Mobile, Alabama Archdiocese of Mobile, parish church. St. Francis Xavier Parish was established in 1868.
St. Joseph's Roman Catholic Church built 1907
1991 NRHP-listed
1703 Dublin Street30°41′23″N 88°03′14″W / 30.68972°N 88.05388°W / 30.68972; -88.05388 (St. Joseph's Roman Catholic Church (Mobile, Alabama)) Mobile, Alabama Archdiocese of Mobile, parish church. St. Joseph's Parish was established in 1857.
St. Matthew's Catholic Church built 1913
1991 NRHP-listed
1200 South Marine Street30°39′46″N 88°03′28″W / 30.66277°N 88.05777°W / 30.66277; -88.05777 (St. Matthew's Catholic Church (Mobile, Alabama)) Mobile, Alabama Archdiocese of Mobile, parish church. St. Matthew Parish was established in 1904.
St. Vincent de Paul
now Prince of Peace Church
built 1877
1992 NRHP-listed
351 South Lawrence Street30°40′57″N 88°02′42″W / 30.68241°N 88.04512°W / 30.68241; -88.04512 (St. Vincent de Paul (Mobile, Alabama)) Mobile, Alabama Archdiocese of Mobile, parish church. The original St. Vincent de Paul Parish was established in 1847 for what was then a large Irish community. It was combined with another parish and became the Prince of Peace Parish in 1970.
St. Jude Catholic Church built 1938
1990 NRHP-listed as part of the City of St. Jude
2048 W. Fairview Avenue32°21′11″N 86°19′38″W / 32.35292°N 86.32714°W / 32.35292; -86.32714 (St. Jude Catholic Church)) Montgomery, Alabama Archdiocese of Mobile, parish church. St. Jude Parish was established in 1934.

Alaska[edit]

Church Image Dates Location City, state Description
Holy Family Old Cathedral 1948 built 811 W. Sixth Avenue
61°13′2.53″N 149°53′52.69″W / 61.2173694°N 149.8979694°W / 61.2173694; -149.8979694 (Holy Family Cathedral (Anchorage, Alaska))
Anchorage, Alaska Romanesque Revival
Our Lady of Guadalupe Cathedral 2005 built 3900 Wisconsin St.
61°11′5.74″N 149°56′38.56″W / 61.1849278°N 149.9440444°W / 61.1849278; -149.9440444 (Our Lady of Guadalupe Co-Cathedral (Anchorage, Alaska))
Anchorage, Alaska Mission Revival
Immaculate Conception Church 1904 built
1976 NRHP-listed
115 N. Cushman St.
64°50′44″N 147°43′11″W / 64.84556°N 147.71972°W / 64.84556; -147.71972 (Immaculate Conception Church (Fairbanks, Alaska))
Fairbanks, Alaska First cathedral of the Diocese of Fairbanks
Sacred Heart Cathedral 1966 built 2501 Airport Way
64°50′11″N 147°46′50″W / 64.83639°N 147.78056°W / 64.83639; -147.78056 (Sacred Heart Cathedral (Fairbanks, Alaska))
Fairbanks, Alaska
Co-Cathedral of the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary 1910 built 416 Fifth Street
58°18′12.19″N 134°24′30.04″W / 58.3033861°N 134.4083444°W / 58.3033861; -134.4083444 (Cathedral of the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary (Juneau, Alaska))
Juneau, Alaska smallest cathedral in the US

Arizona[edit]

Church Image Dates Location City, state Description
St. Patrick's Church 1915 built
1995 NRHP-listed
Oak Ave., on Higgins Hill
31°26′40″N 109°55′19″W / 31.44444°N 109.92194°W / 31.44444; -109.92194 (St. Patrick's Roman Catholic Church (Bisbee, Arizona))
Bisbee, Arizona Late Gothic Revival
Our Lady of Guadaloupe Church 1926 built
1986 NRHP-listed
302 S. Kendrick
35°11′44″N 111°39′10″W / 35.19556°N 111.65278°W / 35.19556; -111.65278 (Our Lady of Guadaloupe Church (Flagstaff, Arizona))
Flagstaff, Arizona
Holy Angels Church 1916 built
1983 NRHP-listed
231 S. Broad St.
33°23′41″N 110°47′8″W / 33.39472°N 110.78556°W / 33.39472; -110.78556 (Holy Angels Church (Globe, Arizona))
Globe, Arizona
St. Mary's Church 1906 built
1986 NRHP-listed
3rd & Spring Streets35°11′30″N 114°3′11″W / 35.19167°N 114.05306°W / 35.19167; -114.05306 (Saint Mary's Catholic Church (Kingman, Arizona)) Kingman, Arizona Mission/Spanish Revival
Our Lady of the Blessed Sacrament Church 1917 built
2008 NRHP-listed
844 Sullivan St.
33°23′50″N 110°52′29.2″W / 33.39722°N 110.874778°W / 33.39722; -110.874778 (Our Lady of the Blessed Sacrament Church (Miami, Arizona))
Miami, Arizona
Our Lady of Victory Church built
2004 NRHP-listed
Fronting 4th St., between Cedar and Spruce Sts.
31°54′15″N 109°49′19″W / 31.90417°N 109.82194°W / 31.90417; -109.82194 (Our Lady of Victory Catholic Church (Pearce, Arizona))
Pearce, Arizona
Cathedral of Saints Simon and Jude 1966 built 6351 North 27th Ave.
33°31′47.28″N 112°6′58.32″W / 33.5298000°N 112.1162000°W / 33.5298000; -112.1162000 (Cathedral of Saints Simon and Jude, Phoenix)
Phoenix, Arizona Modern
Immaculate Heart of Mary Church built
1993 NRHP-listed
909 E. Washington St.
33°26′53″N 112°03′40″W / 33.44806°N 112.06111°W / 33.44806; -112.06111 (Immaculate Heart of Mary Church, Phoenix)
Phoenix, Arizona
Sacred Heart Church built
2012 NRHP-listed
920 S. 17th St.
33°26′04″N 112°03′22″W / 33.43444°N 112.05611°W / 33.43444; -112.05611 (Sacred Heart Church, Phoenix)
Phoenix, Arizona
St. Mary's Basilica 1902 built
1978 NRHP-listed
231 North 3rd St.
33°27′2.48″N 112°4′6.26″W / 33.4506889°N 112.0684056°W / 33.4506889; -112.0684056 (St. Mary's Basilica, Phoenix)
Phoenix, Arizona Mission Revival/Spanish Colonial Revival
Sacred Heart Church 1894 built
1978 NRHP-listed
208 N. Marina St.
34°32′38.59″N 112°28′3.2″W / 34.5440528°N 112.467556°W / 34.5440528; -112.467556
Prescott, Arizona Late Gothic Revival; church and rectory are both listed on the National Register of Historic Places
St. Mary's Church-Our Lady of Mount Carmel Catholic Church 1903 built
1978 NRHP-listed
College & University Avenue
33°25′20″N 111°56′4″W / 33.42222°N 111.93444°W / 33.42222; -111.93444 (St. Mary's Church-Our Lady of Mount Carmel Catholic Church (Tempe, Arizona))
Tempe, Arizona Romanesque
Sacred Heart Church 1881 built
2002 NRHP-listed
516 Safford St.
31°42′50.8″N 110°3′50.95″W / 31.714111°N 110.0641528°W / 31.714111; -110.0641528 (Sacred Heart Church (Tombstone, Arizona))
Tucson, Arizona Gothic Revival
Cathedral of St. Augustine 1968 built 192 S. Stone Ave.
32°13′10″N 110°58′17.33″W / 32.21944°N 110.9714806°W / 32.21944; -110.9714806 (Cathedral of Saint Augustine (Tucson, Arizona))
Tucson, Arizona Mexican Baroque
Santa Cruz Church 1918 built
1994 NRHP-listed
1220 S. Sixth Ave.
32°12′23″N 110°58′6″W / 32.20639°N 110.96833°W / 32.20639; -110.96833 (Santa Cruz Catholic Church)
Tucson, Arizona Mission/Spanish Revival
Mission San Xavier del Bac 1797 built
1966 NRHP-listed
9 miles (14 km) south of Tucson via Mission Rd.
32°06′25″N 111°00′29″W / 32.10694°N 111.00806°W / 32.10694; -111.00806 (Mission San Xavier del Bac, Tucson)
Tucson, Arizona Mission/Spanish Colonial
St. Michael's Mission built
1975 NRHP-listed
North of Window Rock off State Route 264
35°38′44″N 109°05′53″W / 35.64556°N 109.09806°W / 35.64556; -109.09806 (St. Michael's Mission (Window Rock, Arizona))
Window Rock, Arizona

Arkansas[edit]

Church Image Dates Location City, state Description
Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church 1902 built
1978 NRHP-listed
St. Mary's Mountain
35°27′8.33″N 93°45′30.06″W / 35.4523139°N 93.7583500°W / 35.4523139; -93.7583500 (Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church (Altus, Arkansas))
Altus, Arkansas Brown stone blocks; Roman Basilical
St. Richard's Church built
1992 NRHP-listed
Jct. of Hickory and Cleveland Sts.
35°18′42″N 91°34′14″W / 35.31167°N 91.57056°W / 35.31167; -91.57056 (St. Richard's Catholic Church (Bald Knob, Arkansas))
Bald Knob, Arkansas
St. John the Baptist Church 1929 built
1992 NRHP-listed
Jct. of New Orleans and W. Ash St., SW corner
34°53′7″N 91°11′35″W / 34.88528°N 91.19306°W / 34.88528; -91.19306 (St. John the Baptist Catholic Church (Brinkley, Arkansas))
Brinkley, Arkansas Classical Revival
St. Elizabeth's Church 1912 built
2009 NRHP-listed
NE corner of Sycamore and Mason Sts.
34°47′1″N 91°27′34″W / 34.78361°N 91.45944°W / 34.78361; -91.45944 (St. Elizabeth's Catholic Church (De Valls Bluff, Arkansas))
DeValls Bluff, Arkansas
St. Mary's Church 1935–36 built
2007 NRHP-listed
123 Columbia
34°31′22″N 90°35′31″W / 34.5229°N 90.5920°W / 34.5229; -90.5920 (St. Mary's Catholic Church (Helena-West Helena, Arkansas))
Helena-West Helena, Arkansas Launched architectural career of Charles Eames; Late Gothic Revival
Marylake Carmelite Monastery 1952 built 5151 Marylake Drive
34°32′19.51″N 92°20′26.02″W / 34.5387528°N 92.3405611°W / 34.5387528; -92.3405611 (Marylake Carmelite Monastery)
Little Rock, Arkansas Discalced Carmelites
Cathedral of St. Andrew 1881 built
1986 NRHP-listed
617 South Louisiana Street
34°44′33″N 92°16′20″W / 34.74250°N 92.27222°W / 34.74250; -92.27222 (Cathedral of St. Andrew (Little Rock, Arkansas))
Little Rock, Arkansas Gothic Revival
St. Edward's Church 1901 built
1982 NRHP-listed
823 Sherman
34°44′23″N 92°15′54″W / 34.73972°N 92.26500°W / 34.73972; -92.26500 (St. Edwards Church (Little Rock, Arkansas))
Little Rock, Arkansas Gothic Revival
St. Agnes Church built
NRHP-listed
203 Eighth St.
34°35′10.84″N 94°14′34.32″W / 34.5863444°N 94.2428667°W / 34.5863444; -94.2428667 (St. Agnes Catholic Church (Mena, Arkansas))
Mena, Arkansas
Immaculate Heart of Mary Church 1932 built
1982 NRHP-listed
North of North Little Rock off Highway 365
34°52′36″N 92°20′32″W / 34.87667°N 92.34222°W / 34.87667; -92.34222 (Immaculate Heart of Mary Church (North Little Rock, Arkansas))
North Little Rock, Arkansas Gothic Revival
St. Mary's Church 1935 built
2015 NRHP-listed
301 W. Highland
36°03′39″N 90°29′15″W / 36.060833°N 90.4875°W / 36.060833; -90.4875 (St. Mary's Catholic Church (Paragould, Arkansas))
Paragould, Arkansas Romanesque Revival; Charles Eames, architect
St. Anthony's Church built
1986 NRHP-listed
North of Arkansas Highway 22
35°18′48″N 93°52′55″W / 35.31333°N 93.88194°W / 35.31333; -93.88194 (Saint Anthony's Catholic Church (Ratcliff, Arkansas))
Ratcliff, Arkansas
St. Joseph Church 1939 built
2006 NRHP-listed
110 E. Henri de Tonti Blvd.
36°10′43″N 94°14′6″W / 36.17861°N 94.23500°W / 36.17861; -94.23500 (St. Joseph Catholic Church (Tontitown, Arkansas))
Tontitown, Arkansas Gothic Revival
St. Luke's Church 1907 built
1998 NRHP-listed
508 W. Pine
33°37′4″N 92°4′54″W / 33.61778°N 92.08167°W / 33.61778; -92.08167 (St. Luke's Catholic Church (Warren, Arkansas))
Warren, Arkansas Gothic Revival

California[edit]

Church Image Dates Location City, state Description
St. Joseph's Basilica 1921 built
1978 NRHP-listed
1109 Chestnut Street Alameda, California Spanish Colonial Revival
Sacred Heart Church 1883 built
1983 NRHP-listed
507 E. 4th St.
41°29′13″N 120°32′8″W / 41.48694°N 120.53556°W / 41.48694; -120.53556 (Sacred Heart Catholic Church (Alturas, California))
Alturas, California Gothic Revival
Old Santa Rosa Catholic Church 1870 built
1982 NRHP-listed
Main St.
35°33′58″N 121°4′48″W / 35.56611°N 121.08000°W / 35.56611; -121.08000 (Old Santa Rosa Catholic Church and Cemetery)
Cambria, California Classical Revival
Rectory, Catholic Church of the Assumption 1982 NRHP-listed (rectory) 563 Ocean Ave.
33°47′14.6″N 117°53′56.2″W / 33.787389°N 117.898944°W / 33.787389; -117.898944 (Rectory, Catholic Church of the Assumption)
Ferndale, California Eastlake Stick and Queen Anne (rectory)
St. John's Cathedral 1903 built 2814 Mariposa St.
36°44′26″N 119°46′57″W / 36.74056°N 119.78250°W / 36.74056; -119.78250 (Saint John the Baptist Cathedral (Fresno, California))
Fresno, California Gothic Revival; Cathedral of the Diocese of Fresno
Christ Cathedral 1980 built 13280 Chapman Ave.
33°46′47″N 117°51′13″W / 33.77972°N 117.85361°W / 33.77972; -117.85361 (Christ Cathedral (Garden Grove, California))
Garden Grove, California Postmodern;
Built as the Crystal Cathedral for what is now Shepherd's Grove; became the cathedral of the Diocese of Orange in 2019.
St. Louis Church 1854 built
1979 NRHP-listed
La Grange Rd. and Floto St.
37°39′46″N 120°27′39″W / 37.66278°N 120.46083°W / 37.66278; -120.46083 (St. Louis Catholic Church)
La Grange, California Greek Revival, Vernacular Greek Revival
Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels 2002 built 555 West Temple Street
34°3′30″N 118°14′45″W / 34.05833°N 118.24583°W / 34.05833; -118.24583 (Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels)
Los Angeles contemporary modern; the mother church of Archdiocese of Los Angeles
Catholic-Protestant Chapels, Veterans Administration Center 1900 built
1972 NRHP-listed

34°3′18″N 118°27′19″W / 34.05500°N 118.45528°W / 34.05500; -118.45528 (Catholic-Protestant Chapels, Veterans Administration Center)
Los Angeles Carpenter Gothics, Romanesque Revival
Precious Blood Church 1926 built 435 S. Occidental Blvd Los Angeles Italian Romanesque
St. Anne Melkite Catholic Cathedral 1965 built 11211 Moorpark Street
34°09′02.7″N 118°22′32.4″W / 34.150750°N 118.375667°W / 34.150750; -118.375667 (St. Anne Melkite Catholic Cathedral (North Hollywood, California))
Los Angeles contemporary modern; co-cathedral of the Melkite Greek Catholic Eparchy of Newton
St. Cecilia Church 1927 built 4230 South Normandie Avenue Los Angeles Lombard Romanesque
St. Thomas the Apostle Church 1904 built 1321 S. Mariposa Avenue Los Angeles Mission Revival
St. Vincent de Paul Church 1925 built
1971 LA Historical-Cultural Monument-listed
621 W. Adams Blvd Los Angeles Baroque style
St. Joseph Church 1927 built
1991 NRHP-listed
4983-85 Bullion St.
37°28′57″N 119°57′37″W / 37.48250°N 119.96028°W / 37.48250; -119.96028 (St. Joseph Catholic Church, Rectory and Cemetery)
Mariposa, California Bungalow/craftsman, Gothic Revival
Cathedral of San Carlos Borromeo 1794 built
1966 NRHP-listed
550 Church Street Monterey, California Known as Royal Presidio Chapel; Spanish Colonial Style
Cathedral of Christ the Light 2008 built 2121 Harrison Street Oakland, California Modern
Holy Family Church 1961 built 566 S. Glassell St.
33°46′47″N 117°51′13″W / 33.77972°N 117.85361°W / 33.77972; -117.85361 (Holy Family Cathedral (Orange, California))
Orange, California Modern; first cathedral of the Diocese of Orange (1976-2019)
Cathedral of the Blessed Sacrament 1889 built 1017 11th Street Sacramento, California Italian Renaissance
St. Helena Church 1945 built
1978 NRHP-listed
Oak and Tainter Sts.
38°30′13″N 122°28′9″W / 38.50361°N 122.46917°W / 38.50361; -122.46917 (St. Helena Catholic Church)
St. Helena, California English Gothic & Jacobean
Our Lady of the Rosary Cathedral 1928 built 265 W. 25th St.
34°08′20″N 117°17′21″W / 34.13889°N 117.28917°W / 34.13889; -117.28917 (Our Lady of the Rosary Cathedral (San Bernardino, California))
San Bernardino, California Mission Revival; Cathedral of the Diocese of San Bernardino
Mission San Diego de Alcalá 1808 built
1970 NRHP-listed
10818 San Diego Mission Road San Diego Spanish Colonial; became a basilica in 1976
St. Joseph Cathedral 1941 built 1535 Third Avenue San Diego Mission Revival
Cathedral of Saint Mary of the Assumption 1971 built 1111 Gough Street San Francisco Structural Expressionist Modern; the seat of Archdiocese of San Francisco
Mission San Francisco de Asís 1791 built(chapel), 1918 built(basilica)
1972 NRHP-listed
320 Dolores Street San Francisco Known as Mission Dolores; the oldest surviving structure in San Francisco
Old Saint Mary's Cathedral California Historic Landmark Ref.No. 810 660 California Street San Francisco 1854-1891 the seat of Archdiocese of San Francisco
St. Ignatius Church 1914 built University of San Francisco San Francisco Italian Renaissance, Baroque
St. Anne of the Sunset Church 1932 built 850 Judah Street San Francisco Romanesque
St. Joseph's Church 1914 built
1982 NRHP-listed
1401 Howard Street San Francisco Romanesque
St. Patrick's Church 1968 San Francisco Designated Landmark 756 Mission Street San Francisco Gothic
Cathedral Basilica of St. Joseph 1875-1885 built
1977 NRHP-listed
80 South Market Street
37°20′3″N 121°53′27″W / 37.33417°N 121.89083°W / 37.33417; -121.89083 (St. Joseph's Roman Catholic Church (San Jose, California))
San Jose, California Elevated to a cathedral in 1985, to a minor basilica in 1997.
Mission Basilica San Juan Capistrano 1986 built
31522 Camino Capistrano.
33°30′15″N 117°39′48″W / 33.50417°N 117.66333°W / 33.50417; -117.66333 (Mission Basilica San Juan Capistrano)
San Juan Capistrano, California Designated minor basilica 2000, national shrine 2003
Our Lady of Sorrows Church, Santa Barbara 1929 built
2016 Santa Barbara Designated Landmark
21 East Sola Street
34°25′34.85″N 119°42′21.99″W / 34.4263472°N 119.7061083°W / 34.4263472; -119.7061083 (Our Lady of Sorrows Church, Santa Barbara (Santa Barbara, California))
Santa Barbara, California Spanish Colonial Revival
Cathedral of St. Eugene 2323 Montgomery Dr.
38°26′50″N 122°41′16″W / 38.44722°N 122.68778°W / 38.44722; -122.68778 (Cathedral of Saint Eugene (Santa Rosa, California))
Santa Rosa, California Modern; Cathedral of the Diocese of Santa Rosa
Sawyers Bar Catholic Church 1855 built
1978 NRHP-listed
Klamath National Forest
41°18′3″N 123°8′10″W / 41.30083°N 123.13611°W / 41.30083; -123.13611 (Sawyers Bar Catholic Church)
Sawyers Bar, California
Cathedral of the Annunciation 1942 built 400 W. Rose St.
37°57′47″N 121°17′59″W / 37.96306°N 121.29972°W / 37.96306; -121.29972 (Cathedral of the Annunciation (Stockton, California))
Stockton, California Gothic Revival; Cathedral of the Diocese of Stockton

Colorado[edit]

Church Image Dates Location City, state Description
Sacred Heart Church built 1922
1998 NRHP-listed
727 4th Street
37°28′11″N 105°52′4″W / 37.46972°N 105.86778°W / 37.46972; -105.86778
Alamosa, Colorado Mission/Spanish Revival
St. Mary's Cathedral built 1891
1982 NRHP-listed
26 W. Kiowa Street
38°50′11″N 104°49′35″W / 38.83639°N 104.82639°W / 38.83639; -104.82639 (St. Mary's Cathedral (Colorado Springs, Colorado))
Colorado Springs, Colorado Gothic
Annunciation Church built 1904
1990 NRHP-listed
3601 Humboldt Street
39°46′2″N 104°58′11″W / 39.76722°N 104.96972°W / 39.76722; -104.96972 (Annunciation Church (Denver, Colorado))
Denver Gothic Revival/Romanesque
Cathedral Basilica of the Immaculate Conception built 1911
1975 NRHP-listed
1530 Logan Street
39°44′25″N 104°58′55″W / 39.74028°N 104.98194°W / 39.74028; -104.98194 (Cathedral Basilica of the Immaculate Conception (Denver, Colorado))
Denver Gothic Revival
St. Dominic's Church built 1926
1996 NRHP-listed
3005 W. 29th Avenue
39°45′32″N 105°1′31″W / 39.75889°N 105.02528°W / 39.75889; -105.02528 (St. Dominic's Church (Denver, Colorado))
Denver Late Gothic Revival
St. Elizabeth's Church built 1898
1969 NRHP-listed
1062 11th Street
39°44′34″N 105°0′6″W / 39.74278°N 105.00167°W / 39.74278; -105.00167 (St. Elizabeth's Church (Denver, Colorado))
Denver German Gothic
St. Ignatius Loyola Church built 1924
1994 NRHP-listed
Jct. of E. 23rd Ave. and York St.
39°45′5″N 104°57′35″W / 39.75139°N 104.95972°W / 39.75139; -104.95972 (St. Ignatius Loyola Church (Denver, Colorado))
Denver Late Gothic Revival
St. Joseph's (Polish) Church built 1902
1983 NRHP-listed
517 E. 46th Avenue
39°46′49″N 104°58′54″W / 39.78028°N 104.98167°W / 39.78028; -104.98167 (St. Joseph's Polish Roman Catholic Church (Denver, Colorado))
Denver Gothic
St. Joseph's Church built 1888
1982 NRHP-listed
600 Galapago
39°43′34″N 104°59′44″W / 39.72611°N 104.99556°W / 39.72611; -104.99556 (St. Joseph's Roman Catholic Church of Denver)
Denver Gothic
St. Patrick Mission Church built 1907
1979 NRHP-listed
3325 Pecos Street
39°45′49″N 105°0′23″W / 39.76361°N 105.00639°W / 39.76361; -105.00639 (St. Patrick Mission Church(Denver, Colorado))
Denver Mission/Spanish Revival
Cathedral of the Sacred Heart built 1913
1989 NRHP-listed
414 W. 11th Street
38°16′37.2″N 104°36′43.92″W / 38.277000°N 104.6122000°W / 38.277000; -104.6122000 (Cathedral of the Sacred Heart (Pueblo, Colorado))
Pueblo, Colorado Late Gothic Revival
St. Anthony's Church built 1911
1982 NRHP-listed
329 S. 3rd Street
40°37′14″N 103°12′36″W / 40.62056°N 103.21000°W / 40.62056; -103.21000 (St. Anthony's Roman Catholic Church (Sterling, Colorado))
Sterling, Colorado Romanesque

Connecticut[edit]

Church Image Dates Location City, state Description
St. Augustine Cathedral 1868 built 359 Washington Ave. Bridgeport, Connecticut Gothic Revival; Patrick Keely, architect
Holy Trinity Lithuanian Church 1927 built 53 Capitol Ave. Hartford, Connecticut
St. Patrick - St. Anthony Church 1859 built
1984 NRHP-listed
285 Church Street Hartford, Connecticut
Cathedral of St. Joseph 1962 built 140 Farmington Avenue Hartford, Connecticut One spire of 86m height
Cathedral of St. Patrick 1879 built
1989 NRHP-listed
211 Broadway Norwich, Connecticut Gothic Revival
Basilica of Saint John the Evangelist 1868 built 279 Atlantic St Stamford, Connecticut Gothic Revival
St. Mary's Church 1860 built
1987 NRHP-listed
540 Elm St. Stamford, Connecticut
St. Vladimir's Cathedral 1957 built 24 Wenzel Terrace Stamford, Connecticut Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church
Basilica of the Immaculate Conception 1928 built
1983 NRHP-listed
74 W. Main St. Waterbury, Connecticut Italian Renaissance Revival

Delaware[edit]

Church Image Dates Location City, state Description
St. Joseph's Church 1884 built
1978 NRHP-listed
15 W. Cochran St.
39°26′50″N 75°43′7″W / 39.44722°N 75.71861°W / 39.44722; -75.71861 (St. Joseph's Catholic Church (Middletown, Delaware))
Middletown, Delaware Late Gothic revival
St. John the Baptist Church 1883 built
1982 NRHP-listed
200 E. Main St
39°41′2″N 75°44′44″W / 39.68389°N 75.74556°W / 39.68389; -75.74556 (St. John the Baptist Roman Catholic Church (Newark, Delaware))
Newark, Delaware Romanesque, Vernacular Romanesque
St. Anthony's Church 1924 built
1984 NRHP-listed
West 9th & North DuPont Streets
39°45′10″N 75°33′59″W / 39.75278°N 75.56639°W / 39.75278; -75.56639 (St. Anthony's Roman Catholic Church (Wilmington, Delaware))--->
Wilmington, Delaware Romanesque Revival
St. Hedwig's Church 1904 built
1982 NRHP-listed
Linden and S. Harrison Sts.
39°44′25″N 75°33′58″W / 39.74028°N 75.56611°W / 39.74028; -75.56611 (St. Hedwig's Roman Catholic Church)
Wilmington, Delaware Gothic Revival
St. Joseph's Church 1947 built
2004 NRHP-listed
1012 French St.
39°44′42″N 75°32′45″W / 39.74500°N 75.54583°W / 39.74500; -75.54583 (St. Joseph's Catholic Church (Wilmington, Delaware))
Wilmington, Delaware Gothic revival
St. Mary of the Immaculate Conception Church 1858 built
1976 NRHP-listed
6th and Pine Sts.
39°44′21″N 75°32′38″W / 39.73917°N 75.54389°W / 39.73917; -75.54389 (St. Mary of the Immaculate Conception Church (Wilmington, Delaware))
Wilmington, Delaware Romanesque revival
Cathedral of Saint Peter 1818 built
1979 NRHP-listed
West 6th St.
39°44′34.7″N 75°33′11.56″W / 39.742972°N 75.5532111°W / 39.742972; -75.5532111 (Cathedral of Saint Peter (Wilmington, Delaware))
Wilmington, Delaware Romanesque Revival; A contributing property in the Quaker Hill Historic District

District of Columbia[edit]

Church Image Dates Location City, state Description
Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception built 1920-2017 400 Michigan Ave., NE
38°56′0″N 77°0′02″W / 38.93333°N 77.00056°W / 38.93333; -77.00056 (Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception)
Washington, D.C. The shrine is the largest Catholic church in the United States, the eighth largest religious structure in the world, and the tallest building in Washington, D.C.
Cathedral of St. Matthew the Apostle built 1895
1974 NRHP-listed
1725 Rhode Island Ave., NW
38°54′22″N 77°2′24″W / 38.90611°N 77.04000°W / 38.90611; -77.04000 (Cathedral of St. Matthew the Apostle, Washington, D.C.)
Washington, D.C. Seat of the Archdiocese of Washington, which was created from the Archdiocese of Baltimore in 1947. The Renaissance Revival and Romanesque Revival structure was designed by New York architect Christopher Grant LaFarge.
Franciscan Monastery and Memorial Church of the Holy Land built 1898-1899
1992 NRHP-listed
1400 Quincy St. N.E.
38°56′15″N 76°59′7.1″W / 38.93750°N 76.985306°W / 38.93750; -76.985306 (Mount St. Sepulchre Franciscan Monastery)
Washington, D.C. The complex includes a monastery, Neo-Byzantine style church, gardens, replicas of various shrines throughout Israel, a replica of the catacombs in Rome, an archive and a library.
Holy Trinity Church built 1829 3513 N Street, N.W.
38°54′25.2″N 77°4′13.08″W / 38.907000°N 77.0703000°W / 38.907000; -77.0703000 (Holy Trinity Catholic Church (Washington, D.C.))
Washington, D.C. Parish of the Archdiocese of Washington. It was founded in 1794.
Immaculate Conception Church built 1870
2003 NRHP-listed
711 N Street, NW
38°54′26″N 77°1′22″W / 38.90722°N 77.02278°W / 38.90722; -77.02278 (Immaculate Conception Catholic Church, Washington, D.C.)
Washington, D.C. Parish of the Archdiocese of Washington. It was founded in 1864.
St. Aloysius Church built 1857
1973 NRHP-listed
19 I St., NW (at N. Capitol St.)
38°54′5″N 77°0′36″W / 38.90139°N 77.01000°W / 38.90139; -77.01000 (St. Aloysius Church, Washington, D.C.)
Washington, D.C. Former parish of the Archdiocese of Washington. It was founded in 1857 and was merged with Holy Redeemer Parish in 2012.
St. Gabriel Church built 1929
2015 NRHP-listed
26 Grant Circle NW
38°56′37.24″N 77°01′12.31″W / 38.9436778°N 77.0200861°W / 38.9436778; -77.0200861 (St. Gabriel Church, Washington, D.C.)
Washington, D.C. Parish of the Archdiocese of Washington, founded in 1920. Contributing property in the Grant Circle Historic District.
Shrine of the Sacred Heart 1922 built 3211 Pine St. NW
38°55′52.21″N 77°02′8.52″W / 38.9311694°N 77.0357000°W / 38.9311694; -77.0357000 (Shrine of the Sacred Heart, Washington, D.C.)
Washington, D.C. Byzantine Style; modeled after the Ravenna Cathedral of Italy

Florida[edit]

Church Image Dates Location City, state Description
Basilica of St. Paul 1927 built 317 Mullally Street
29°13′3.07″N 81°01′37.36″W / 29.2175194°N 81.0270444°W / 29.2175194; -81.0270444 (Basilica of St. Paul (Daytona Beach, Florida))
Daytona Beach, Florida Spanish mission-style
Old St. Anastasia Catholic School 1914 built
2000 NRHP-listed
910 Orange Ave.
27°26′50″N 80°19′58″W / 27.44722°N 80.33278°W / 27.44722; -80.33278 (Old St. Anastasia Catholic School)
Fort Pierce, Florida
Basilica of St. Mary Star of the Sea 1905 built
1971 NRHP-listed
1010 Windsor Lane
24°33′11.16″N 81°47′43.67″W / 24.5531000°N 81.7954639°W / 24.5531000; -81.7954639 (Basilica of St. Mary Star of the Sea (Key West, Florida))
Key West, Florida Victorian; Contributing property in the Key West Historic District
Old Holy Redeemer Church built 120 North Sproule Avenue Kissimmee, Florida Late Gothic Revival
Cathedral of Saint Mary 1957 built 7525 N. W. 2nd Avenue Miami Spanish Colonial Revival
Gesu Church 1925 built
1974 NRHP-listed
118 NE 2nd St.
25°46′33″N 80°11′30″W / 25.77583°N 80.19167°W / 25.77583; -80.19167 (Gesu Church (Miami, Florida))
Miami Art Deco
St. Rita's Colored Catholic Mission 1899 built
2007 NRHP-listed
314 Duss Street New Smyrna Beach, Florida St. Rita's Black History Museum
Basilica of Mary, Queen of the Universe 1979 built 8300 Vineland Ave.
28°23′5.06″N 81°29′46.01″W / 28.3847389°N 81.4961139°W / 28.3847389; -81.4961139 (Basilica of Mary, Queen of the Universe, Orlando)
Orlando, Florida
St. James Cathedral 1952 built 215 N. Orange Ave.
28°32′42.53″N 81°22′43″W / 28.5451472°N 81.37861°W / 28.5451472; -81.37861 (St. James Cathedral (Orlando, Florida))
Orlando, Florida Romanesque Revival
St. Joseph's Church built
1987 NRHP-listed
1422 Northeast Miller Street Palm Bay, Florida Queen Anne Style
Cathedral of St. Ignatius Loyola 1984 built 9999 N. Military Trail
26°49′23.16″N 80°6′24.84″W / 26.8231000°N 80.1069000°W / 26.8231000; -80.1069000 (Cathedral of St. Ignatius of Loyola (Palm Beach Gardens, Florida))
Palm Beach Gardens, Florida Modern
Basilica of St. Michael the Archangel 1886 built 19 North Palafox Street Pensacola, Florida Gothic Revival
Cathedral of the Sacred Heart 1967 built 1212 E. Moreno St.
30°25′53.98″N 87°12′14.63″W / 30.4316611°N 87.2040639°W / 30.4316611; -87.2040639 (Cathedral of the Sacred Heart (Pensacola, Florida))
Pensacola, Florida Modern
Sacred Heart Church 1906 built
2008 NRHP-listed
716 North 9th Avenue Pensacola, Florida
Sacred Heart 2008 built 211 W Charlotte Ave Punta Gorda, Florida Modern
St. Joseph Mission Church built
1998 NRHP-listed
216 8th Street Port St. Joe, Florida
Cathedral Basilica of St. Augustine 1797 built
1970 NRHP-listed
38 Cathedral Place St. Augustine, Florida Spanish Colonial & Renaissance Revival
Cathedral of Saint Jude the Apostle 1963 built 5815 Fifth Avenue North
27°46′39.75″N 82°42′49.18″W / 27.7777083°N 82.7136611°W / 27.7777083; -82.7136611 (Cathedral of Saint Jude the Apostle (St. Petersburg, Florida))
St. Petersburg, Florida Modern
Co-Cathedral of Saint Thomas More 900 W Tennessee St.
30°26′47.22″N 84°17′51.88″W / 30.4464500°N 84.2977444°W / 30.4464500; -84.2977444 (Co-Cathedral of Saint Thomas More (Tallahassee, Florida))
Tallahassee, Florida Modern
Epiphany Cathedral 1980 built 310 Sarasota St.
27°6′3.6″N 82°26′56.4″W / 27.101000°N 82.449000°W / 27.101000; -82.449000 (Epiphany Cathedral (Venice, Florida))
Venice, Florida Modern

Georgia[edit]

Church Image Dates Location City, state Description
Old St. Teresa's Church 1859 built
1975 NRHP-listed
313 Residence Ave
31°34′59″N 84°9′17″W / 31.58306°N 84.15472°W / 31.58306; -84.15472
Albany, Georgia The oldest church building in Albany
Cathedral of Christ the King 1939 built 2699 Peachtree Road NE
33°49′41.09″N 84°23′13.02″W / 33.8280806°N 84.3869500°W / 33.8280806; -84.3869500 (Basilica of the Sacred Heart of Jesus (Atlanta))
Atlanta French Neo-Gothic
Basilica of the Sacred Heart of Jesus 1898 built
1976 NRHP-listed
353 Peachtree Street, NE
33°45′49.5″N 84°23′8.5″W / 33.763750°N 84.385694°W / 33.763750; -84.385694 (Basilica of the Sacred Heart of Jesus (Atlanta))
Atlanta French Romanesque
Church of the Most Holy Trinity 1857 built 1997 NRHP-listed 8th & Telfair Streets
33°28′17.4648″N 81°58′0.444″W / 33.471518000°N 81.96679000°W / 33.471518000; -81.96679000 (Church of the Most Holy Trinity (Augusta, Georgia))
Augusta, Georgia Early Romanesque Revival, oldest Catholic Church in Georgia[2]
Sacred Heart Church 1898 built
1972 NRHP-listed
Greene & 13th Streets
33°28′38″N 81°58′37″W / 33.47722°N 81.97694°W / 33.47722; -81.97694 (Sacred Heart Cultural Center)
Augusta, Georgia Late Victorian, Romanesque
Now a cultural center
St. Joseph's Church 1903 built
1971 NRHP-listed
812 Poplar St.
32°50′12″N 83°38′1″W / 32.83667°N 83.63361°W / 32.83667; -83.63361 (St. Joseph's Catholic Church (Macon, Georgia))
Macon, Georgia Gothic Revival
Cathedral Basilica of St. John the Baptist 1896 built
1966 NRHP-listed
222 East Harris St.
32°04′24″N 81°05′29″W / 32.07333°N 81.09139°W / 32.07333; -81.09139 (Cathedral of St. John the Baptist (Savannah, Georgia))
Savannah, Georgia French Gothic

Hawaii[edit]

Church Image Dates Location City, state Description
Holy Ghost Church built 1894
1983 NRHP-listed
4300 Lower Kula Road
20°45′46″N 156°19′37″W / 20.76278°N 156.32694°W / 20.76278; -156.32694 (Holy Ghost Catholic Church)
Kula, Hawaii Father James Beissel, Octagon mode
Cathedral Basilica of Our Lady of Peace 1843 built
1972 NRHP-listed
1184 Bishop St.
21°18′38.7″N 157°51′33.9″W / 21.310750°N 157.859417°W / 21.310750; -157.859417 (Cathedral Basilica of Our Lady of Peace (Honolulu))
Honolulu Romanesque Revival
Co-Cathedral of Saint Theresa of the Child Jesus 1963 built 712 N. School St.
21°19′27.26″N 157°51′39.81″W / 21.3242389°N 157.8610583°W / 21.3242389; -157.8610583 (Co-Cathedral of Saint Theresa of the Child Jesus (Honolulu))
Honolulu Modern
Holy Trinity Church 1958 built 5919 Kalanianaole Highway
21°16′59″N 157°43′45″W / 21.28306°N 157.72917°W / 21.28306; -157.72917 (Holy Trinity Catholic Church in Honolulu)
Honolulu St. Philip Neri Chapel
St. Benedict's Church 1899 built
1979 NRHP-listed

19°26′21″N 155°53′33″W / 19.43917°N 155.89250°W / 19.43917; -155.89250 (St. Benedict's Catholic Church (Honaunau, Hawaii))
Honaunau, Hawaii
Star of the Sea Painted Church 1931 built
1997 NRHP-listed

19°22′34″N 154°58′1″W / 19.37611°N 154.96694°W / 19.37611; -154.96694 (Star of the Sea Painted Church (Kalapana, Hawaii))
Kalapana, Hawaii Colonial Revival
Maria Lanakila Church 1928 built
1966 NRHP-listed
712 Waineʻe St.
20°52′31″N 156°40′36″W / 20.87528°N 156.67667°W / 20.87528; -156.67667 (Maria Lanakila Catholic Church (Lahaina, Hawaii))
Lahaina, Hawaii Romanesque Revival

Idaho[edit]

Church Image Dates Location City, state Description
Cathedral of St. John the Evangelist built 1905-1921
1978 NRHP-listed
775 N. 8th St.
43°37′17.0616″N 116°11′54.5346″W / 43.621406000°N 116.198481833°W / 43.621406000; -116.198481833 (Cathedral of St. John the Evangelist (Boise, Idaho))
Boise, Idaho Romanesque Revival
St. Mary's Church 1937 built
1982 NRHP-listed
State & 26th Streets
43°37′54″N 116°13′15″W / 43.63167°N 116.22083°W / 43.63167; -116.22083 (St. Mary's Catholic Church (Boise, Idaho))
Boise, Idaho Classical Revival, Neo-Gothic Revival
St. Joseph's Church built
1982 NRHP-listed
First and Cedar
46°51′30″N 116°23′46″W / 46.85833°N 116.39611°W / 46.85833; -116.39611 (St. Joseph's Catholic Church (Bovill, Idaho))
Bovill, Idaho
St. Mary's Church built 1937
1982 NRHP-listed
616 Dearborn St.
43°39′51″N 116°41′32″W / 43.66417°N 116.69222°W / 43.66417; -116.69222 (St. Mary's Catholic Church (Caldwell, Idaho))
Caldwell, Idaho
Mission of the Sacred Heart (Cataldo Mission) built 1848
1966 NRHP-listed
Off U.S. Route 10
47°32′53″N 116°21′25″W / 47.54806°N 116.35694°W / 47.54806; -116.35694 (Mission of the Sacred Heart (Cataldo, Idaho))
Cataldo, Idaho Greek Revival
St. Thomas Church built
1977 NRHP-listed
919 Indiana Ave.
47°40′34″N 116°46′25″W / 47.67611°N 116.77361°W / 47.67611; -116.77361 (St. Thomas Catholic Church (Coeur d'Alene, Idaho))
Coeur d'Alene, Idaho
St. Joseph's Mission built 1874
1976 NRHP-listed
Nez Perce National Historical Park
46°18′53″N 116°42′37″W / 46.31472°N 116.71028°W / 46.31472; -116.71028 (St. Joseph's Mission (Culdesac, Idaho))
Culdesac, Idaho
Church of the Sacred Heart built 1928
1980 NRHP-listed
211 E. 1st St
43°52′27.87″N 116°29′54.28″W / 43.8744083°N 116.4984111°W / 43.8744083; -116.4984111
Emmett, Idaho
Our Lady of Limerick Church built
1982 NRHP-listed
113 W. Arthur Ave.
42°57′00″N 115°17′56″W / 42.95000°N 115.29889°W / 42.95000; -115.29889
Glenns Ferry, Idaho
Holy Rosary Church built 1948
2002 NRHP-listed
288 E. Ninth St.
43°29′22.5″N 112°01′44.6″W / 43.489583°N 112.029056°W / 43.489583; -112.029056 (Holy Rosary Church (Idaho Falls, Idaho))
Idaho Falls, Idaho Gothic Revival
St. Charles Borromeo Church 1914 built
1982 NRHP-listed
Pine & South 1st Streets Hailey, Idaho Gothic Revival
St. Stanislaus Church built
1978 NRHP-listed
633 5th Ave.
46°24′58″N 117°01′22″W / 46.41611°N 117.02278°W / 46.41611; -117.02278 (St. Stanislaus Catholic Church (Lewiston, Idaho))
Lewiston, Idaho
Our Lady, Queen of Heaven Church 1883 built
1980 NRHP-listed
Oreana Loop Road
43°02′25″N 116°23′41″W / 43.04028°N 116.39472°W / 43.04028; -116.39472 (Our Lady, Queen of Heaven Church (Oreana, Idaho))
Oreana, Idaho
Sacred Hearts of Jesus and Mary Church 1915 built
1982 NRHP-listed
608 7th St.
43°47′15″N 116°56′17″W / 43.78750°N 116.93806°W / 43.78750; -116.93806 (Sacred Hearts of Jesus and Mary Church (Parma, Idaho))
Parma, Idaho
St. Joseph's Church 1897 built
1978 NRHP-listed
455 N. Hayes Pocatello, Idaho Late Gothic Revival
St. Agnes Church built
NRHP-listed
Weiser, Idaho

Illinois[edit]

Church Image Dates Location City, state Description
St. Joseph the Betrothed Church built 1977
5000 N. Cumberland Ave.
41°58′14″N 87°50′14″W / 41.97056°N 87.83722°W / 41.97056; -87.83722 (St. Joseph the Betrothed Church)
Chicago Listed as one of the most unique churches in the world.[3][4]
Holy Cross Catholic Church built 1897
1999 NRHP-listed
14 N. Van Buren St.
41°51′0.67″N 88°18′9.58″W / 41.8501861°N 88.3026611°W / 41.8501861; -88.3026611 (Eastside Community Center (Batavia, Illinois))
Batavia, Illinois Former church and now the Eastside Community Center.
St. Mary's Catholic Church built 1911
1996 NRHP-listed
308 St. Charles Ave.
40°57′8″N 87°39′9″W / 40.95222°N 87.65250°W / 40.95222; -87.65250 (St. Mary's Church (Beaverville, Illinois))
Beaverville, Illinois Romanesque, Renaissance
Cathedral of Saint Peter built 1866 200 W. Harrison St.
38°30′37″N 89°59′17″W / 38.51028°N 89.98806°W / 38.51028; -89.98806 (Cathedral of Saint Peter (Belleville, Illinois))
Belleville, Illinois Gothic Revival
Holy Trinity Catholic Church built 1933-1934
1983 NRHP-listed
106 W. Chestnut St.
40°29′7.6884″N 88°56′39.0762″W / 40.485469000°N 88.944187833°W / 40.485469000; -88.944187833 (Holy Trinity Catholic Church (Bloomington, Illinois))
Bloomington, Illinois The church, rectory and convent are all part of the listing on the National Register.
Church of the Holy Family built 1799
1970 NRHP-listed
East 1st St.
38°33′43″N 90°10′22″W / 38.56194°N 90.17278°W / 38.56194; -90.17278 (Church of the Holy Family (Cahokia, Illinois))
Cahokia, Illinois Log building; black walnut timbers
Basilica of St. Hyacinth 1921 built 3636 West Wolfram Street Chicago Classical Revival
Holy Name Cathedral built 1874
2000 NRHP-listed
735 N. State St.
41°53′46.04″N 87°37′40.13″W / 41.8961222°N 87.6278139°W / 41.8961222; -87.6278139 (Holy Name Cathedral, Chicago)
Chicago Gothic Revival
Holy Trinity Church 1909 built 1118 N. Noble Street Chicago Polish Cathedral Style
Notre Dame de Chicago built 1889–1892
1979 NRHP-listed
1338 W. Flournoy St.
41°52′24″N 87°39′39″W / 41.87333°N 87.66083°W / 41.87333; -87.66083 (Notre Dame de Chicago)
Chicago Romanesque
Old St. Patrick's Church built 1854
1977 NRHP-listed
700 W. Adams St.
41°52′45″N 87°38′40″W / 41.87917°N 87.64444°W / 41.87917; -87.64444 (Old St. Patrick's Church, Chicago)
Chicago Romanesque
St. Hedwig's Church 1901 built 2226 N. Hoyne Avenue Chicago Renaissance
St. John Cantius Church 1893 built 825 N Carpenter St Chicago Baroque
St. Michael the Archangel Church 1909 built E 83rd Street & South Shore Drive Chicago Gothic/Polish Cathedral Style
St. Stanislaus Kostka Church 1881 built 1351 W. Evergreen Avenue Chicago Polish Cathedral Style
St. Thomas Catholic Church built 1919
1978 NRHP-listed
5472 S. Kimbark Ave.
41°47′44″N 87°35′43″W / 41.79556°N 87.59528°W / 41.79556; -87.59528 (St. Thomas Church, Chicago)
Chicago Church and convent are on the National Register.
St. Mary's Catholic Church built 1882
1992 NRHP-listed
10600 S. Archer Ave.
42°6′22″N 88°22′29″W / 42.10611°N 88.37472°W / 42.10611; -88.37472 (St. Mary's Catholic Church (Gilberts, Illinois))
Gilberts, Illinois Stick Style
Cathedral of St. Raymond Nonnatus built 1955 604 N. Raynor Ave.
41°32′6.29″N 88°6′3.6″W / 41.5350806°N 88.101000°W / 41.5350806; -88.101000 (Cathedral of St. Raymond Nonnatus (Joliet, Illinois))
Joliet, Illinois Neoclassical
St. James Catholic Church built 1853
1984 NRHP-listed
10600 S. Archer Ave.
41°41′55″N 87°55′57″W / 41.69861°N 87.93250°W / 41.69861; -87.93250 (St. James Catholic Church and Cemetery (Lemont, Illinois))
Lemont, Illinois Only country parish in the Archdiocese of Chicago
Cathedral of Saint Mary of the Immaculate Conception built 1889
NRHP-listed
607 NE Madison Ave.
40°41′54.9″N 89°35′6.1″W / 40.698583°N 89.585028°W / 40.698583; -89.585028 (Cathedral of Saint Mary of the Immaculate Conception (Peoria, Illinois))
Peoria, Illinois The cathedral and the diocesan chancery next door are contributing properties in the North Side Historic District.
Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception built 1928 524 E. Lawrence Avenue
39°47′36″N 89°38′54″W / 39.79333°N 89.64833°W / 39.79333; -89.64833 (Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception (Springfield, Illinois))
Springfield, Illinois Greek Revival

Indiana[edit]

Church Image Dates Location City, state Description
St. Benedict Cathedral built 1927-1928
1989 NRHP-listed
1320 Lincoln Ave.
37°58′12″N 87°32′26.16″W / 37.97000°N 87.5406000°W / 37.97000; -87.5406000 (St. Benedict Cathedral (Evansville, Indiana))
Evansville, Indiana The cathedral is a contributing property in the Lincolnshire Historic District.
Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception built 1859-1860
1980 NRHP-listed
Jefferson and Calhoun St.
41°4′32.51″N 85°8′16.19″W / 41.0756972°N 85.1378306°W / 41.0756972; -85.1378306 (Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception (Fort Wayne, Indiana))
Fort Wayne, Indiana Seat of the Diocese of Fort Wayne-South Bend
Cathedral of the Holy Angels 1950 built 640 Tyler Street Gary, Indiana Gothic Revival
St. John the Evangelist Church built 1863-1867
1980 NRHP-listed
121 S. Capitol Ave.
39°45′52″N 86°9′41″W / 39.76444°N 86.16139°W / 39.76444; -86.16139 (St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church (Indianapolis, Indiana))
Indianapolis The first cathedral church in Indianapolis.
St. Mary's Church built 1910
1977 NRHP-listed
317 N. New Jersey St.
39°46′20″N 86°9′0″W / 39.77222°N 86.15000°W / 39.77222; -86.15000 (St. Mary's Catholic Church (Indianapolis, Indiana))
Indianapolis Late Gothic Revival
St. Philip Neri Church built 1910
NRHP-listed
530 and 550 N. Rural St. and 545 N. Eastern Ave.
39°46′32″N 86°07′02″W / 39.77556°N 86.11722°W / 39.77556; -86.11722 (St. Philip Neri Catholic Church (Indianapolis, Indiana))
Indianapolis The parish complex forms an historic district on the National Register.
Saints Peter and Paul Cathedral 1907 built 1347 N. Meridian Street Indianapolis Classical Revival
St. Joseph's Church built 1867
1980 NRHP-listed
1215 N. Newton St.
38°23′44″N 86°55′56″W / 38.39556°N 86.93222°W / 38.39556; -86.93222 (St. Joseph's Catholic Church (Jasper, Indiana))
Jasper, Indiana Romanesque
Cathedral of Saint Mary of the Immaculate Conception built 1866
2001 NRHP-listed
1207 Columbia St.
40°25′5″N 86°53′2″W / 40.41806°N 86.88389°W / 40.41806; -86.88389 (Cathedral of Saint Mary of the Immaculate Conception (Lafayette, Indiana))
Lafayette, Indiana The cathedral is a contributing property in the St. Mary Historic District.
St. Patrick's Church 1873 built
1999 NRHP-listed
W. Main St.
40°50′11″N 85°43′48″W / 40.83639°N 85.73000°W / 40.83639; -85.73000 (St. Patrick's Roman Catholic Church (Lagro, Indiana))
Lagro, Indiana
St. Louis Church built 1870
1995 NRHP-listed
15535 E. Lincoln Highway
41°3′3″N 84°56′20″W / 41.05083°N 84.93889°W / 41.05083; -84.93889 (St. Louis Catholic Church (New Haven, Indiana))
New Haven, Indiana The parish complex forms an historic district.
St. Casimir Church built 1898
NRHP-listed
1308 W. Dunham St.
41°40′0″N 86°16′8″W / 41.66667°N 86.26889°W / 41.66667; -86.26889 (St. Casimir Catholic Church (South Bend, Indiana))
South Bend, Indiana The parish complex forms an historic district.
St. Matthew Cathedral built 1960
1701 Miami St.
41°39′23.77″N 86°14′7.71″W / 41.6566028°N 86.2354750°W / 41.6566028; -86.2354750 (St. Matthew's Cathedral (South Bend, Indiana))
South Bend, Indiana Co-seat of the Diocese of Fort Wayne-South Bend
Old Cathedral Basilica of St. Francis Xavier built 1826
1976 NRHP-listed
205 Church St.
38°40′44″N 87°32′3″W / 38.67889°N 87.53417°W / 38.67889; -87.53417 (Old Cathedral Basilica of St. Francis Xavier (Vincennes, Indiana))
Vincennes, Indiana The cathedral complex is listed on the National Register. Seat of the former Diocese of Vincennes, which became the Archdiocese of Indianapolis.

Iowa[edit]

Church Image Dates Location City, state Description
Church of St. John the Baptist 1885 built
1982 NRHP-listed
712 Division St.
40°48′28″N 91°6′31″W / 40.80778°N 91.10861°W / 40.80778; -91.10861 (Church of St. John the Baptist (Burlington, Iowa))
Burlington, Iowa Gothic Revival; parish church in the Diocese of Davenport. It is now a part of Divine Mercy Parish, which is a merger of the Burlington area parishes.
St. Paul's Church 1895 built
1982 NRHP-listed
508 N. 4th St.
40°48′43.32″N 91°6′10.11″W / 40.8120333°N 91.1028083°W / 40.8120333; -91.1028083 (St. Paul's Catholic Church (Burlington, Iowa))
Burlington, Iowa Gothic Revival; parish church in the Diocese of Davenport. It is now a part of Divine Mercy Parish, which is a merger of the Burlington area parishes. It is a contributing property in the Heritage Hill Historic District.
St. Patrick's Church 1915 built
1992 NRHP-listed
42°9′34″N 94°33′5″W / 42.15944°N 94.55139°W / 42.15944; -94.55139 (St. Patrick's Catholic Church, Cedar) near Churdan, Iowa Romanesque Revival; former parish of the Diocese of Sioux City. Founded in 1872, it was reduced in status to an oratory in 1996.
St. Boniface Church 1908 built
2012 NRHP-listed
2500 N. Pershing Blvd.
41°52′27″N 90°10′50″W / 41.87417°N 90.18056°W / 41.87417; -90.18056 (St. Boniface Church (Clinton, Iowa))
Clinton, Iowa Gothic Revival; former parish of the Diocese of Davenport. Founded in 1861, it merged with the other four Clinton parishes in 1990 to form Jesus Christ, Prince of Peace. The parish continued to use the building until 2007. St. Boniface now houses The Catholic Historical Center at St. Boniface.
St. Irenaeus Church 1871 built
2010 NRHP-listed
2811 N. 2nd St.
41°52′42″N 90°10′39″W / 41.87833°N 90.17750°W / 41.87833; -90.17750 (St. Irenaeus Catholic Church (Clinton, Iowa))
Clinton, Iowa Gothic Revival; former parish of the Diocese of Davenport. Founded in 1848, it merged with the other four Clinton parishes in 1990 to form Jesus Christ, Prince of Peace. The parish continued to use the building until 2008 when they built a new church. St. Irenaeus is now vacant.
St. Peter's Church 1895 built
1992 NRHP-listed
1 Bluff St.
41°15′37.0434″N 95°50′51.738″W / 41.260289833°N 95.84770500°W / 41.260289833; -95.84770500 (St. Peter's Catholic Church (Council Bluffs, Iowa))
Council Bluffs, Iowa Gothic Revival; parish of the Diocese of Des Moines. It was founded in 1887.
St. Patrick's Church 1870 built
1978 NRHP-listed

41°25′37″N 93°47′30″W / 41.42694°N 93.79167°W / 41.42694; -93.79167 (St. Patrick's Church (Cumming, Iowa))
Cumming, Iowa Parish of the Diocese of Des Moines. It was founded in 1852 and was visited by Pope John Paul II in 1979.
Sacred Heart Cathedral 1889-1891 built
1984 NRHP-listed
406 and 422 E. 10th St.
41°31′49″N 90°34′8″W / 41.53028°N 90.56889°W / 41.53028; -90.56889 (Sacred Heart Cathedral (Davenport, Iowa))
Davenport, Iowa Gothic Revival; seat of the Diocese of Davenport, which was created from the Diocese of Dubuque in 1881. The parish was founded in 1856 as St. Margaret's and the name was changed to Sacred Heart when the present cathedral was built. Both the cathedral and the rectory are on the National Register.
St. Anthony's Church 1850-1853 built
1984 NRHP-listed
407 and 417 Main St.
41°31′26″N 90°34′31″W / 41.52389°N 90.57528°W / 41.52389; -90.57528 (St. Anthony's Catholic Church (Davenport, Iowa))
Davenport, Iowa Greek Revival; parish of the Diocese of Davenport. It was founded in 1837. The NRHP listing includes original church (1838) and the present church (1853). The original church is the oldest church structure in Iowa.
St. Joseph's Church 1881-1883 built
1983 NRHP-listed
Marquette and 6th Street
41°31′33″N 90°35′24″W / 41.52583°N 90.59000°W / 41.52583; -90.59000 (St. Joseph's Catholic Church (Davenport, Iowa))
Davenport, Iowa Gothic Revival; former parish of the Diocese of Davenport. Founded in 1854 as St. Kunegunda parish it became St. Joseph's when the present church was built. It was technically always a German national parish and was closed in 1999. It is now part of a fundamentalist Christian ministry named One Eighty.
St. Mary's Church 1867 built
1984 NRHP-listed
516, 519, 522, and 525 Fillmore St.
41°31′30″N 90°35′39″W / 41.52500°N 90.59417°W / 41.52500; -90.59417 (St. Mary's Catholic Church (Davenport, Iowa))
Davenport, Iowa Romanesque Revival; parish of the Diocese of Davenport. It was founded in 1867. The NRHP listing includes the church, rectory, convent and school. The parish's original school building two blocks north is also listed on the National Register.
Basilica of St. John 1927 built
1987 NRHP-listed
1915 University Ave.
41°36′02.2″N 93°38′35.9″W / 41.600611°N 93.643306°W / 41.600611; -93.643306 (Basilica of St. John, Des Moines)
Des Moines, Iowa Romanesque Revival; parish of the Diocese of Des Moines. The parish was founded in 1905, and church was designed by Maginnis & Walsh. It was elevated to a Minor Basilica in 1989.
St. Ambrose Cathedral 1891 built
1979 NRHP-listed
607 High St.
41°35′19″N 93°37′32″W / 41.58861°N 93.62556°W / 41.58861; -93.62556 (St. Ambrose Cathedral (Des Moines, Iowa))
Des Moines, Iowa Romanesque Revival; seat of the Diocese of Des Moines, which was created from the Diocese of Davenport in 1911. The parish was founded in 1856 as Des Moines' first parish.
St. Anthony's Church built
2021 NRHP-listed
15 Indianola Rd.
41°34′20.8″N 93°37′02″W / 41.572444°N 93.61722°W / 41.572444; -93.61722 (St. Anthony's Church (Des Moines, Iowa))
Des Moines, Iowa Romanesque Revival; parish of the Diocese of Des Moines..
St. Augustin Church 1924 built
2013 NRHP-listed
545 42nd St.
41°35′06.6″N 93°40′25.2″W / 41.585167°N 93.673667°W / 41.585167; -93.673667 (St. Augustin Catholic Church (Des Moines, Iowa))
Des Moines, Iowa Gothic Revival; parish of the Diocese of Des Moines. The parish was founded in 1920, and church was designed by Maginnis & Walsh. It is a contributing property in the Greenwood Park Plats Historic District.
Holy Ghost Church 1888 built
2011 NRHP-listed
2921 Central Ave.
42°31′28.182″N 90°40′49.058″W / 42.52449500°N 90.68029389°W / 42.52449500; -90.68029389 (Holy Ghost Catholic Church (Dubuque, Iowa))
Dubuque, Iowa Romanesque Revival; parish of the Archdiocese of Dubuque. It was founded in 1896 and the parish buildings form a historic district on the National Register.
St. Mary's Church 1864-1867 built
2015 NRHP-listed
105 E. 15th St.
42°30′29″N 90°40′01″W / 42.50806°N 90.66694°W / 42.50806; -90.66694 (Saint Mary's Catholic Church (Dubuque, Iowa))
Dubuque, Iowa Gothic Revival; former parish of the Archdiocese of Dubuque. It was founded in 1849 and closed in 2010. The parish buildings form a historic district.
St. Patrick's Church 1877-1878 built
1986 NRHP-listed
110 W. 15th St.
42°30′23.37″N 90°40′9.04″W / 42.5064917°N 90.6691778°W / 42.5064917; -90.6691778 (Saint Patrick's Church (Dubuque, Iowa))
Dubuque, Iowa Gothic Revival; parish of the Archdiocese of Dubuque. It was founded in 1852, and it is a contributing property in the Jackson Park Historic District.
St. Raphael's Cathedral 1857-1861 built
1985 NRHP-listed
231 Bluff St.
42°29′41.18″N 90°40′2.52″W / 42.4947722°N 90.6673667°W / 42.4947722; -90.6673667 (St. Raphael's Cathedral (Dubuque, Iowa))
Dubuque, Iowa Gothic Revival; seat of the Archdiocese of Dubuque, which was established in 1837. Founded in 1833, it is the oldest parish in Iowa. It is a contributing property in the Cathedral Historic District.
Basilica of St. Francis Xavier 1889 built
1999 NRHP-listed
114 2nd St. SW
42°29′3.98″N 91°7′34.49″W / 42.4844389°N 91.1262472°W / 42.4844389; -91.1262472 (Basilica of St. Francis Xavier, Dyersville)
Dyersville, Iowa Gothic Revival; parish of the Archdiocese of Dubuque. Founded in 1859, it was elevated to a Minor Basilica in 1956.
St. Joseph's Church 1856 built
1976 NRHP-listed
330 1st St. NW
42°51′5″N 91°24′13″W / 42.85139°N 91.40361°W / 42.85139; -91.40361 (St. Joseph's Catholic Church (Elkader, Iowa))
Elkader, Iowa Gothic Revival; parish of the Archdiocese of Dubuque. Founded in 1844.
Corpus Christi Church 1881 built
1976 NRHP-listed
416 N. 8th St.
42°30′31″N 94°11′20″W / 42.50861°N 94.18889°W / 42.50861; -94.18889 (Corpus Christi Catholic Church (Fort Dodge, Iowa))
Fort Dodge, Iowa Romanesque Revival; former parish in the Diocese of Sioux City. Corpus Christi Parish was founded in 1856. The three Fort Dodge parishes merged in 2006 to form Holy Trinity Parish.
Sacred Heart Church 1922 built
2022 NRHP-listed
211 S. 13th St.
42°30′13.9″N 94°10′49.5″W / 42.503861°N 94.180417°W / 42.503861; -94.180417 (Sacred Heart Catholic Church (Fort Dodge, Iowa))
Fort Dodge, Iowa Romanesque Revival/Prairie School; former parish in the Diocese of Sioux City. Sacred Heart Parish was founded in 1897. The three Fort Dodge parishes merged in 2006 to form Holy Trinity Parish.
St. Joseph's Church 1886 built
2014 NRHP-listed
509 Avenue F
40°37′54.03″N 91°18′24.2″W / 40.6316750°N 91.306722°W / 40.6316750; -91.306722 (St. Joseph's Church Complex (Fort Madison, Iowa))
Fort Madison, Iowa Gothic Revival; former parish church in the Diocese of Davenport. It is now a wedding chapel. It is a contributing property in the Park-to-Park Residential Historic District.
St. Mary of the Assumption Church 1871 built
1980 NRHP-listed
1031 Ave. E.
40°38′0″N 91°19′0″W / 40.63333°N 91.31667°W / 40.63333; -91.31667 (St. Mary of the Assumption Catholic Church (Fort Madison, Iowa))
Fort Madison, Iowa Gothic Revival; parish church in the Diocese of Davenport. It is now a part of Holy Family Parish, which is a merger of all three Fort Madison parishes.
St. Patrick's Church 1854 built
1992 NRHP-listed
W. Bellevue-Cascade Rd.
42°17′7″N 90°50′50″W / 42.28528°N 90.84722°W / 42.28528; -90.84722 (St. Patrick's Church-Garryowen)
Garryowen, Jackson County, Iowa Gothic Revival; parish of the Archdiocese of Dubuque. It was founded in 1840.
St. Patrick's Church 1865 built
1992 NRHP-listed
US Highway 34
41°0′48″N 92°57′20″W / 41.01333°N 92.95556°W / 41.01333; -92.95556 (St. Patrick's Catholic Church (Georgetown, Iowa))
Georgetown, Monroe County, Iowa Gothic Revival; parish in the Diocese of Davenport. It was founded in 1851 as St. Gregory's, but the name was changed when the present church was built.
St. Mary's Church 1904 built
2004 NRHP-listed
520 S Second St.
42°46′52.8816″N 91°5′50.604″W / 42.781356000°N 91.09739000°W / 42.781356000; -91.09739000 (St. Mary's Catholic Church (Guttenberg, Iowa))
Guttenberg, Iowa Gothic Revival; parish of the Archdiocese of Dubuque. It was founded in 1851. The parish buildings form a historic district.
Saints Peter and Paul Church 1898 built
1986 NRHP-listed
41°18′19″N 92°0′20″W / 41.30528°N 92.00556°W / 41.30528; -92.00556 (Saints Peter and Paul Catholic Church) near Harper, Iowa Gothic Revival; former parish of the Diocese of Davenport. The parish was merged with St. Elizabeth in Harper and St. Mary's in Keota to form Holy Trinity parish in 1992. In 2006 the last Mass was celebrated in the church and in 2009 it was sold to the Sts. Peter and Paul Heritage Association.
St. Michael's Church 1867 built
1983 NRHP-listed
County Road F 52
41°35′24″N 91°54′48″W / 41.59000°N 91.91333°W / 41.59000; -91.91333 (St. Michael's Catholic Church (Holbrooke, Iowa))
Holbrook, Iowa County, Iowa Romanesque Revival; former parish of the Diocese of Davenport. Founded in 1843, it was closed in the 1990s. The church complex forms a historic district.
St. Patrick's Church 1915 built
1983 NRHP-listed
304 3rd St.
40°52′51″N 95°25′32″W / 40.88083°N 95.42556°W / 40.88083; -95.42556 (St. Patrick Church (Imogene, Iowa))
Imogene, Iowa Gothic Revival; parish of the Diocese of Des Moines. It was founded in 1880.
St. Mary's Church 1867 built
1980 NRHP-listed
220 E. Jefferson St.
41°39′46″N 91°31′54″W / 41.66278°N 91.53167°W / 41.66278; -91.53167 (St. Mary's Catholic Church (Iowa City, Iowa))
Iowa City, Iowa Romanesque Revival; parish church in the Diocese of Davenport. It was founded in 1841. Both the church and rectory are listed on the National Register of Historic Places, as is the original rectory which was moved a couple of blocks away to make room for the present rectory.
Church of All Saints 1875-1889 built
1983 NRHP-listed
301 S. 9th St.
40°23′50″N 91°23′25″W / 40.39722°N 91.39028°W / 40.39722; -91.39028 (Church of All Saints (Keokuk, Iowa))
Keokuk, Iowa Gothic Revival; parish of the Diocese of Davenport. Built at St. Peter's, which was founded in 1855, it was renamed when the three Keokuk parishes were merged in the 1980s.
St. Joseph's Church 1876 built
1995 NRHP-listed

41°12′12″N 93°18′29″W / 41.20333°N 93.30806°W / 41.20333; -93.30806 (St. Joseph's Roman Catholic Church and Cemetery Historic District)
near Lacona, Iowa Romanesque Revival; former parish of the Diocese of Davenport. It was founded in 1853 and was closed in the 1990s. The church and cemetery forms a historic district.
St. Boniface Church 1887 built
1999 NRHP-listed
7401 Columbus St.
42°33′3″N 91°6′54″W / 42.55083°N 91.11500°W / 42.55083; -91.11500 (Saint Boniface Church (New Vienna, Iowa))
New Vienna, Iowa Parish of the Archdiocese of Dubuque. Founded in 1846.
St. Mary's Church 1920 built
2022 NRHP-listed
314 Grand Ave.
41°28′41″N 91°18′32″W / 41.47806°N 91.30889°W / 41.47806; -91.30889 (St. Mary's Catholic Church (Nichols, Iowa))
Nichols, Iowa Gothic Revival; parish of the Diocese of Davenport. Founded in 1874.
St. Lawrence Church 1883 built
1992 NRHP-listed
W. Bellevue-Cascade Rd.
42°14′26″N 90°41′42″W / 42.24056°N 90.69500°W / 42.24056; -90.69500 (St. Lawrence Catholic Church (Otter Creek, Iowa))
Otter Creek, Jackson County, Iowa Gothic Revival; parish of the Archdiocese of Dubuque. It was founded in 1854.
St. Mary of the Visitation Church 1930 built 103 E. 4th St.
41°1′10″N 92°24′38″W / 41.01944°N 92.41056°W / 41.01944; -92.41056 (St. Mary of the Visitation Catholic Church (Ottumwa, Iowa))
Ottumwa, Iowa Gothic Revival; parish church in the Diocese of Davenport. It was founded in 1849. Both the church and rectory are eligible to be listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
St. Patrick's Church 1902 built
2011 NRHP-listed
1312 Third St.
41°50′27″N 94°6′12″W / 41.84083°N 94.10333°W / 41.84083; -94.10333 (St. Patrick's Catholic Church (Perry, Iowa))
Perry, Iowa Gothic Revival; parish of the Diocese of Des Moines. It was founded in 1881. Both the church and rectory are listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Saints Peter and Paul Church 1906 built
1995 NRHP-listed
Jct. of C64 and X47
42°33′18″N 91°12′51″W / 42.55500°N 91.21417°W / 42.55500; -91.21417 (Saints Peter and Paul Church (Petersburg, Iowa))
Petersburg, Iowa Gothic Revival; parish of the Archdiocese of Dubuque. It was founded in 1867.
Saints Peter and Paul Church 1882 built
1994 NRHP-listed
16 2nd Ave., NW
42°44′5″N 94°40′15″W / 42.73472°N 94.67083°W / 42.73472; -94.67083 (Saints Peter and Paul Catholic Church (Pocahontas, Iowa))
Pocahontas, Iowa Italianate; former parish of the Diocese of Sioux City. Founded in 1882, it was closed in 1983.
St. Mary's Church 1877 built
1979 NRHP-listed
St. Mary's and Washburn Streets
41°29′0″N 91°34′54″W / 41.48333°N 91.58167°W / 41.48333; -91.58167 (St. Mary's Catholic Church (Riverside, Iowa))
Riverside, Iowa Gothic Revival; parish church in the Diocese of Davenport. It was founded in 1876. The parish buildings form an historic district.
Holy Guardian Angels Church 1904 built
2019 NRHP-listed
Jade Ave. and 245th St.
42°0′1.8″N 94°55′2.1″W / 42.000500°N 94.917250°W / 42.000500; -94.917250 (Holy Guardian Angels Church and Cemetery Historic District)
Roselle, Iowa Gothic Revival; former parish of the Diocese of Sioux City founded in 1874.
Cathedral of the Epiphany 1904 built
1000 Douglas St.
42°30′3.28″N 96°24′25.13″W / 42.5009111°N 96.4069806°W / 42.5009111; -96.4069806 (Cathedral of the Epiphany (Sioux City, Iowa))
Sioux City, Iowa Gothic Revival; seat of the Diocese of Sioux City, which was created from the Archdiocese of Dubuque in 1902. The parish was founded as St. Mary's in 1891 and it was changed to Epiphany when the present church was built.
St. Boniface Church 1911 built
1998 NRHP-listed
703 W. 5th St.
42°30′4″N 96°25′3″W / 42.50111°N 96.41750°W / 42.50111; -96.41750 (St. Boniface Catholic Church (Sioux City, Iowa))
Sioux City, Iowa Romanesque Revival; parish of the Diocese of Sioux City. It was founded by the city's German Catholics in 1885.
Saints Peter and Paul Church 1916 built
1999 NRHP-listed
1165 NE. Taft Ave.
41°50′57″N 91°27′49″W / 41.84917°N 91.46361°W / 41.84917; -91.46361 (Saints Peter and Paul Chapel (Solon, Iowa))
Solon, Iowa Romanesque Revival; former parish of the Diocese of Davenport. Founded in 1861, it was closed in 1996 when it consolidated with St. Mary's in Solon. It is currently owned by a private foundation that maintains the facility.
St. Joseph's Church 1913 built
2005 NRHP-listed

42°6′50″N 91°21′18″W / 42.11389°N 91.35500°W / 42.11389; -91.35500 (St. Joseph's Roman Catholic Church (Stone City, Iowa))
Stone City, Iowa Gothic Revival; former parish of the Archdiocese of Dubuque. The church building is now an oratory.
All Saints Church 1908-1910 built
2000 NRHP-listed
320 N. Fremont St.
41°30′25″N 94°19′2″W / 41.50694°N 94.31722°W / 41.50694; -94.31722 (All Saints Catholic Church (Stuart, Iowa))
Stuart, Iowa Byzantine/Romanesque Revival; former parish church in the Diocese of Des Moines. The structure was destroyed in a fire and rebuilt and completed in 2010. It now serves as a community center and a new church was built for the parish.
St. Boniface Church
2024 NRHP-listed
250 4th St.
41°36′45.8″N 93°52′58.1″W / 41.612722°N 93.882806°W / 41.612722; -93.882806 (St. Boniface Catholic Church (Waukee, Iowa))
Waukee, Iowa Parish of the Diocese of Des Moines. The historic Gothic Revival church building is the parish's former worship site.
St. Boniface Church 1882 built
1991 NRHP-listed
305 Duren St.
41°43′17″N 95°23′44″W / 41.72139°N 95.39556°W / 41.72139; -95.39556 (St. Boniface Catholic Church (Westphalia, Iowa))
Westphalia, Iowa Parish of the Diocese of Des Moines. The parish facilities form a historic district.

Kansas[edit]

Church Image Dates Location City, state Description
St. Patrick's Church 1866 built
1998 NRHP-listed
39°28′10″N 95°7′17″W / 39.46944°N 95.12139°W / 39.46944; -95.12139 (St. Patrick's Catholic Church (Atchison, Kansas)) Atchison, Kansas Gothic Revival, built of native stone
St. Bridget Church 1908 built
1996 NRHP-listed
39°57′58″N 96°15′48″W / 39.96611°N 96.26333°W / 39.96611; -96.26333 (St. Bridget Catholic Church (Axtell, Kansas)) Axtell, Kansas Gothic Revival
St. John the Baptist Church 1900 built
1975 NRHP-listed
701 E. Court St.
39°27′31″N 96°6′8″W / 39.45861°N 96.10222°W / 39.45861; -96.10222 (St. John the Baptist Catholic Church (Beloit, Kansas))
Beloit, Kansas Romanesque Revival, Gothic Revival
St. Benedict's Church 1903 built
1998 NRHP-listed
39°43′8″N 95°13′52″W / 39.71889°N 95.23111°W / 39.71889; -95.23111 (St. Benedict's Catholic Church (Bendena, Kansas)) Bendena, Kansas Late Gothic Revival, Romanesque Revival
St. Joseph Church 1912 built
2005 NRHP-listed
105 N. Oak St.
39°19′7″N 99°35′11″W / 39.31861°N 99.58639°W / 39.31861; -99.58639 (St. Joseph Catholic Church (Damar, Kansas))
Damar, Kansas Romanesque Revival
Cathedral of Our Lady of Guadalupe 2001 built 3231 N. 14th St.
37°47′34.8″N 100°2′2.04″W / 37.793000°N 100.0339000°W / 37.793000; -100.0339000 (Cathedral of Our Lady of Guadalupe (Dodge City, Kansas))
Dodge City, Kansas Post-Modern
Sacred Heart Cathedral 1916 built
1983 NRHP-listed
903 Central Ave.
37°45′23″N 100°1′0″W / 37.75639°N 100.01667°W / 37.75639; -100.01667 (Sacred Heart Cathedral (Dodge City, Kansas))
Dodge City, Kansas Former cathedral now serves as a school chapel
Spanish Colonial Revival; Ralph Adams Cram, architect
St. Joseph Church 1904 built
2008 NRHP-listed
210 W. 13th St.
38°52′29″N 99°19′55″W / 38.87472°N 99.33194°W / 38.87472; -99.33194 (St. Joseph Catholic Church (Hays, Kansas))
Hays, Kansas Romanesque Revival; the church and school are listed together on the NRHP
St. Teresa's Church 1910 built
1994 NRHP-listed
211 E. 5th Avenue
38°3′33″N 97°55′38″W / 38.05917°N 97.92722°W / 38.05917; -97.92722 (St. Theresa's Catholic Church (Hutchinson, Kansas))
Hutchinson, Kansas Romanesque Revival
Cathedral of Saint Peter 1927 built 409 N. 15th St.
39°6′37.08″N 94°38′42″W / 39.1103000°N 94.64500°W / 39.1103000; -94.64500 (Cathedral of Saint Peter (Kansas City, Kansas))
Kansas City, Kansas Gothic Revival
St. John the Divine Church 1913 built
2013 NRHP-listed
2511 Metropolitan Ave.
39°04′23″N 94°39′31″W / 39.07306°N 94.65861°W / 39.07306; -94.65861 (St. John the Divine Church (Kansas City, Kansas))
Kansas City, Kansas Late Gothic Revival
St. Mary's Church 1905 built
2015 NRHP-listed
14920 SE. 232 Rd.
37°59′07″N 99°38′33″W / 37.98528°N 99.64250°W / 37.98528; -99.64250 (St. Mary's Catholic Church (Kinsley, Kansas))
Kinsley, Kansas vicinity Gothic Revival
Seven Dolors Catholic Church 1920 built
1995 NRHP-listed
Juliette & Pierre Streets
39°10′39″N 96°33′57″W / 39.17750°N 96.56583°W / 39.17750; -96.56583 (Seven Dolors Catholic Church (Manhattan, Kansas))
Manhattan, Kansas Romanesque Revival
St. Mary's Church 1896 built
2001 NRHP-listed
446 KS 137
39°40′54″N 95°19′49″W / 39.68167°N 95.33028°W / 39.68167; -95.33028 (St. Mary's Catholic Church (Purcell, Kansas))
Purcell, Kansas Late Gothic Revival
St. Mary's Church 1893 built
1980 NRHP-listed
9208 Main St.
39°53′08.4″N 96°05′53.8″W / 39.885667°N 96.098278°W / 39.885667; -96.098278 (St. Mary's Church (St. Benedict, Kansas))
St. Benedict, Kansas Gothic Revival
St. Mark's Church 1906 built
1991 NRHP-listed
37°44′16″N 97°33′59″W / 37.73778°N 97.56639°W / 37.73778; -97.56639 (St. Mark Catholic Church (Colwich, Kansas)) St. Marks, Kansas Romanesque Revival
Sacred Heart Cathedral 1953 built 118 N. 9th St.
38°50′27.6″N 97°36′43.2″W / 38.841000°N 97.612000°W / 38.841000; -97.612000 (Sacred Heart Cathedral (Salina, Kansas))
Salina, Kansas Modern; Edward J. Schulte, architect
Church of the Assumption 1924 built
2008 NRHP-listed
204 SW 8th St.
39°3′5″N 95°40′35″W / 39.05139°N 95.67639°W / 39.05139; -95.67639 (Church of the Assumption and Rectory (Topeka, Kansas))
Topeka, Kansas Renaissance, Mission/Spanish Revival; the church and rectory are listed together on the NRHP
Church of the Holy Name 1925 built
2012 NRHP-listed
1110 SW 10th Ave.
39°02′59″N 95°41′25″W / 39.04972°N 95.69028°W / 39.04972; -95.69028 (Church of the Holy Name (Topeka, Kansas))
Topeka, Kansas
St. Joseph's Church 1913 built
1971 NRHP-listed
312 NE Freeman Avenue
39°3′25″N 95°40′29″W / 39.05694°N 95.67472°W / 39.05694; -95.67472 (St. Joseph's Catholic Church (Topeka, Kansas))
Topeka, Kansas Sacred Heart-St. Joseph Parish
Basilica of St. Fidelis 1911 built
1971 NRHP-listed
900 Cathedral Avenue
38°51′24″N 99°9′1″W / 38.85667°N 99.15028°W / 38.85667; -99.15028 (St. Fidelis Catholic Church (Victoria, Kansas))
Victoria, Kansas Romanesque Revival
Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception 1912 built 430 N. Broadway St.
37°41′34.84″N 97°20′7.35″W / 37.6930111°N 97.3353750°W / 37.6930111; -97.3353750 (Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception (Wichita, Kansas))
Wichita, Kansas Renaissance Revival; Emmanuel Louis Masqueray, architect
Immaculate Heart of Mary Church 1911 built
1989 NRHP-listed
SE of Spearville
37°47′6″N 99°38′28″W / 37.78500°N 99.64111°W / 37.78500; -99.64111 (Immaculate Heart of Mary Catholic Church (Windthorst, Kansas))
Windthorst, Kansas Late 19th & 20th Century Revivals

Kentucky[edit]

Church Image Dates Location City, state Description
St. Thomas Church 1816 built
1976 NRHP-listed
870 Saint Thomas Lane Bardstown, Kentucky Greek Revival
St. Therese Church 1948 built
2012 NRHP-listed
4375 KY 399
37°35′42″N 83°46′52″W / 37.59500°N 83.78111°W / 37.59500; -83.78111 (St. Therese Catholic Church (Beattyville, Kentucky))
Beattyville, Kentucky
St. Joseph Church 1870 built
1975 NRHP-listed
430 Church Street Bowling Green, Kentucky High Victorian Gothic
St. Joseph Church 1864 built
1983 NRHP-listed
6833 Four Mile Road
38°59′38″N 84°21′42″W / 38.99389°N 84.36167°W / 38.99389; -84.36167 (St. Joseph Catholic Church (Camp Springs, Kentucky))
Camp Springs, Kentucky
Cathedral Basilica of the Assumption 1915 built
1973 NRHP-listed
1130 Madison Avenue Covington, Kentucky Late French Gothic Revival
Mother Of God Roman Church 1871 built
1980 NRHP-listed
119 West 6th Street Covington, Kentucky Italian Renaissance Revival
St. Augustine Church 1854 built
1989 NRHP-listed
1256 St. Anthony Church Road Grayson Springs, Kentucky Gothic, Greek Revival
Cathedral of the Assumption 1852 built
1977 NRHP-listed
443 S. 5th St.
38°15′07″N 85°45′31″W / 38.25194°N 85.75861°W / 38.25194; -85.75861 (Cathedral of the Assumption (Louisville, Kentucky))
Louisville, Kentucky Gothic Revival
Christ the King Church built
1983 NRHP-listed
718-724 S. 44th St.
38°14′57″N 85°49′32″W / 38.24917°N 85.82556°W / 38.24917; -85.82556
Louisville, Kentucky Gothic Revival
Holy Cross Church built
1983 NRHP-listed
31st and Broadway
38°14′58″N 85°48′18″W / 38.24944°N 85.80500°W / 38.24944; -85.80500
Louisville, Kentucky Gothic Revival
St. Anthony's Church 1887 built
1982 NRHP-listed
2222-38 West Market St.
38°15′30″N 85°47′16″W / 38.25833°N 85.78778°W / 38.25833; -85.78778 (St. Anthony's Roman Catholic Church, Rectory, Convent, and School)
Louisville, Kentucky Gothic Revival
St. Boniface's Church 1899 built
1982 NRHP-listed
501-531 E. Liberty St.
38°15′5″N 85°44′38″W / 38.25139°N 85.74389°W / 38.25139; -85.74389 (St. Boniface's Catholic Church (Louisville, Kentucky))
Louisville, Kentucky Gothic Revival
St. Elizabeth of Hungary Church 1915 built
1982 NRHP-listed
1024-28 E. Burnett St.
38°13′22″N 85°44′23″W / 38.22278°N 85.73972°W / 38.22278; -85.73972 (St. Elizabeth of Hungary Roman Catholic Church)
Louisville, Kentucky Classical Revival
St. Francis of Assisi Church 1926 built
1987 NRHP-listed
1960 Bardstown Rd.
38°13′32″N 85°41′52″W / 38.22556°N 85.69778°W / 38.22556; -85.69778 (St. Francis of Assisi Church, Louisville)
Louisville, Kentucky Mission/Spanish Revival
St. George's Church 1909 built
1982 NRHP-listed
1809 Standard Ave.
38°13′55″N 85°47′27″W / 38.23194°N 85.79083°W / 38.23194; -85.79083 (St. George's Roman Catholic Church)
Louisville, Kentucky Neo-baroque Renaissance
St. James Church 1913 built
1982 NRHP-listed
1826 Edenside Ave.
38°13′57″N 85°42′39″W / 38.23250°N 85.71083°W / 38.23250; -85.71083 (St. James Roman Catholic Church, Rectory, and School)
Louisville, Kentucky Byzantine Baroque
St. Patrick's Church 1853 built
1982 NRHP-listed
1301-5 West Market St.
38°15′26″N 85°46′19″W / 38.25722°N 85.77194°W / 38.25722; -85.77194 (St. Patrick's Roman Catholic Church, Rectory, and School)
Louisville, Kentucky Romanesque Revival
St. Therese of Lisieux Church 1907 built
1975 NRHP-listed
1010 Schiller Ave.
38°14′8″N 85°43′56″W / 38.23556°N 85.73222°W / 38.23556; -85.73222 (St. Therese of Lisieux Church (Louisville, Kentucky))
Louisville, Kentucky Spanish Baroque
St. Vincent de Paul Church 1884 built
1984 NRHP-listed
Oak and Shelby Sts.
38°13′59″N 85°44′27″W / 38.23306°N 85.74083°W / 38.23306; -85.74083 (St. Vincent de Paul Catholic Church (Louisville, Kentucky))
Louisville, Kentucky Gothic Revival
St. Stephen's Cathedral 1926 built 610 Locust Street Owensboro, Kentucky Italianate
Immaculate Conception Church 1860 built
1987 NRHP-listed

38°50′27″N 84°15′52″W / 38.84083°N 84.26444°W / 38.84083; -84.26444
Peach Grove, Kentucky
St. Dominic's Church 1890 built
1989 NRHP-listed
303 W. Main Street Springfield, Kentucky Thompson Romanesque
St. Rose Church 1852 built
1978 NRHP-listed
Springfield, Kentucky Tudor Gothic
St. Francis DeSales Church 1899 built
1979 NRHP-listed
116 S. 6th Street Paducah, Kentucky Classical Revival
St. Theresa Church 1855 built
1977 NRHP-listed
Rhodelia, Kentucky Gothic
St. John the Baptist Church 1828 built
1980 NRHP-listed
1307 Johns Hill Road
39°00′47″N 84°28′17″W / 39.01306°N 84.47139°W / 39.01306; -84.47139 (St. John the Baptist Roman Catholic Church)
Wilder, Kentucky Georgian

Louisiana[edit]

Church Image Dates Location City, state Description
St. Francis Xavier Cathedral 1899 built
1984 NRHP-listed
626 Fourth St.
31°18′44.3″N 92°26′52.1″W / 31.312306°N 92.447806°W / 31.312306; -92.447806
Alexandria, Louisiana Late Gothic Revival
St. Joseph Cathedral 1855 built
1990 NRHP-listed
Main & 4th Streets Baton Rouge, Louisiana Gothic Revival
Cathedral of St. Francis de Sales 1938 built 500 Goode Street Houma, Louisiana Gothic Revival
St. Philomene Church 1888 built
1983 NRHP-listed
LA 1
29°50′21″N 90°57′16″W / 29.83917°N 90.95444°W / 29.83917; -90.95444 (St. Philomene Catholic Church and Rectory)
Labadieville, Louisiana Gothic Revival
St. John's Cathedral 1926 built
1979 NRHP-listed
515 Cathedral Street Lafayette, Louisiana Romanesque
Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception 1913 built
1994 NRHP-listed
935 Bilbo Street Lake Charles, Louisiana Italianate
St. Anne Church 1909 built
2001 NRHP-listed
417 St. Joseph St.
29°56′16″N 91°1′35″W / 29.93778°N 91.02639°W / 29.93778; -91.02639 (St. Anne Catholic Church (Napoleonville, Louisiana))
Napoleonville, Louisiana Romanesque, Colonial Revival
Basilica of the Immaculate Conception 1857-c. 1900 built
1974 NRHP-listed
145 Church St.
31°45′40″N 93°05′15″W / 31.76111°N 93.08750°W / 31.76111; -93.08750 (Basilica of the Immaculate Conception (Natchitoches, Louisiana))
Natchitoches, Louisiana Romanesque Revival
St. Alphonsus Church 1855 built
1973 NRHP-listed
2029 Constance Street New Orleans Italianate & Renaissance Revival, Late Victorian
St. Louis Cathedral-Basilica 1794 built 615 Pere Antoine Alley New Orleans The oldest continuously operating cathedral in the US
St. Mary's Assumption Church 1860 built
1971 NRHP-listed
Constance & Josephine Streets New Orleans Baroque Revival
St. Patrick's Church 1837 built
1974 NRHP-listed
724 Camp Street New Orleans Gothic Revival
St. Vincent De Paul Church 1866 built
1976 NRHP-listed
3051 Dauphine New Orleans Red brick
St. Elizabeth Church 1902 built
1983 NRHP-listed
LA 402
29°59′41″N 91°3′32″W / 29.99472°N 91.05889°W / 29.99472; -91.05889 (St. Elizabeth Catholic Church (Paincourtville, Louisiana))
Paincourtville, Louisiana Gothic Revival
Church of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary 1856 built
1979 NRHP-listed
LA 308
29°59′24″N 91°1′24″W / 29.99000°N 91.02333°W / 29.99000; -91.02333 (Church of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary (Plattenville, Louisiana))
Plattenville, Louisiana Gothic Revival
Old St. Gabriel Church 1772 built
1972 NRHP-listed
LA 75
30°15′16″N 91°06′07″W / 30.25444°N 91.10194°W / 30.25444; -91.10194 (St. Gabriel Catholic Church (St. Gabriel, Louisiana))
St. Gabriel, Louisiana Gothic Revival
Holy Trinity Church 1896 built
1984 NRHP-listed
315 Marshall Street Shreveport, Louisiana Romanesque Revival
Cathedral of St. John Berchmans 1928 built 939 Jordan Street
32°29′51.54″N 93°45′1.18″W / 32.4976500°N 93.7503278°W / 32.4976500; -93.7503278
Shreveport, Louisiana Gothic Revival
St. Joseph Co-Cathedral 1923 built
1986 NRHP-listed
721 Canal Boulevard
29°47′35″N 90°49′11″W / 29.79306°N 90.81972°W / 29.79306; -90.81972
Thibodaux, Louisiana Renaissance Revival

Maine[edit]

Church Image Dates Location City, state Description
St. Mary's Church 1926 built
1987 NRHP-listed
39 Western Ave.
44°18′42″N 69°47′3″W / 44.31167°N 69.78417°W / 44.31167; -69.78417 (St. Mary's Church (Augusta, Maine))
Augusta, Maine Gothic Revival
St. John's Church 1855 built
1973 NRHP-listed
York St.
44°48′13″N 68°45′40″W / 44.80361°N 68.76111°W / 44.80361; -68.76111 (St. John's Catholic Church (Bangor, Maine))
Bangor, Maine Gothic Revival
Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church 1893 built
1973 NRHP-listed
U.S. Route 1
47°16′45″N 68°6′29″W / 47.27917°N 68.10806°W / 47.27917; -68.10806 (Our Lady of Mount Carmel Catholic Church (Grand Isle, Maine))
Grand Isle, Maine Former church, now a museum
Basilica of Saints Peter and Paul 1936 built
1983 NRHP-listed
27 Bartlett St.
44°5′53.38″N 70°12′44.23″W / 44.0981611°N 70.2122861°W / 44.0981611; -70.2122861 (Basilica of Saints Peter and Paul (Lewiston, Maine))
Lewiston, Maine Gothic Revival
St. Joseph's Church 1865 built
1989 NRHP-listed
253 Main Street
44°6′0″N 70°12′58″W / 44.10000°N 70.21611°W / 44.10000; -70.21611 (St. Joseph's Catholic Church (Lewiston, Maine))
Lewiston, Maine Gothic Revival
St. Joseph's Church 1870 built 178 Elm Street Biddeford, Maine Neo-Gothic
St. Cyril and St. Methodius Church 1926 built
1977 NRHP-listed
Main and High Sts.
43°59′57″N 70°3′31″W / 43.99917°N 70.05861°W / 43.99917; -70.05861 (St. Cyril and St. Methodius Church (Lisbon Falls, Maine))
Lisbon Falls, Maine Gothic Revival
St. David Church 1911 built
1973 NRHP-listed
East of Madawaska on U.S. Route 1
47°20′57″N 68°16′39″W / 47.34917°N 68.27750°W / 47.34917; -68.27750 (St. David Catholic Church (Madawaska, Maine))
Madawaska, Maine Chickering & O'Connell-designed in Renaissance, Italian Baroque
St. Patrick's Church 1807 built
1973 NRHP-listed
Academy Rd.
44°3′25″N 69°32′7″W / 44.05694°N 69.53528°W / 44.05694; -69.53528 (St. Patrick's Catholic Church (Newcastle, Maine))
Newcastle, Maine Colonial, Federal
St. Denis Church 1833 built
1976 NRHP-listed
West of North Whitefield on State Route 218
44°13′43″N 69°36′52″W / 44.22861°N 69.61444°W / 44.22861; -69.61444 (St. Denis Catholic Church (North Whitefield, Maine))
North Whitefield, Maine
St. Anne's Church 1668 built
1973 NRHP-listed
On Indian Island off ME 43
44°56′33″N 68°39′10″W / 44.94250°N 68.65278°W / 44.94250; -68.65278 (St. Anne's Church and Mission Site (Old Town, Maine))
Old Town, Maine Gothic Revival
Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception 1866 built
1985 NRHP-listed
Cumberland Avenue & Congress Streets
43°39′41″N 70°15′17″W / 43.66139°N 70.25472°W / 43.66139; -70.25472 (St. John Catholic Church (St. John Plantation, Maine))
Portland, Maine Neo-Gothic
St. John Church built
2003 NRHP-listed
St. John Rd.
47°12′19″N 68°49′08″W / 47.20528°N 68.81889°W / 47.20528; -68.81889 (St. John Catholic Church (St. John Plantation, Maine))
Saint John Plantation, Maine

Maryland[edit]

Church Image Dates Location City, state Description
Basilica of the National Shrine of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary 1806-1821 built
1971 NRHP-listed
409 Cathedral St.
39°17′39.81″N 76°36′58.18″W / 39.2943917°N 76.6161611°W / 39.2943917; -76.6161611 (Basilica of the National Shrine of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary)
Baltimore First Roman Catholic cathedral constructed in the United States; named a minor basilica in 1937. Designed by Benjamin Henry Latrobe in the Greek Revival style.
Cathedral of Mary Our Queen built 1959 5200 North Charles Street Baltimore The 3rd largest cathedral in the US
Holy Cross Church 1860 built
2002 NRHP-listed
106-112 East West St.
39°16′34″N 76°36′40″W / 39.27611°N 76.61111°W / 39.27611; -76.61111 (Holy Cross Roman Catholic Church (Baltimore, Maryland))
Baltimore Late Victorian Gothic Revival
St. Alphonsus Church 1860 built
1973 NRHP-listed
112-116 W. Saratoga St.
39°17′35″N 76°37′4″W / 39.29306°N 76.61778°W / 39.29306; -76.61778 (St. Alphonsus Catholic Church (Baltimore, Maryland))
Baltimore St. John Neumann and Blessed Francis Xavier Seelos both lived in the rectory. Church, rectory, convent and hall are all included in the National Register listing.
St. Elizabeth of Hungary Church 1895 built
1994 NRHP-listed
Jct. of E. Baltimore St. and Lakewood Ave.
39°17′33″N 76°34′45″W / 39.29250°N 76.57917°W / 39.29250; -76.57917 (St. Elizabeth of Hungary Church (Baltimore, Maryland))
Baltimore Romanesque
St. James the Less Church 1865-1867 built
1980 NRHP-listed
Aisquith St. at Eager St.
39°18′4″N 76°36′8″W / 39.30111°N 76.60222°W / 39.30111; -76.60222 (St. James the Less Catholic Church (Baltimore, Maryland))
Baltimore Gothic & Romanesque
St. John the Evangelist Church 1855-1856 built
1982 NRHP-listed
901 E. Eager St.
39°18′5″N 76°36′17″W / 39.30139°N 76.60472°W / 39.30139; -76.60472 (St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church (Baltimore, Maryland))
Baltimore Italianate
St. Leo's Church 1880 built
1983 NRHP-listed
221 South Exeter Street.
39°17′15″N 76°36′3″W / 39.28750°N 76.60083°W / 39.28750; -76.60083 (St. Leo's Roman Catholic Church (Baltimore, Maryland))
Baltimore Italianate, Romanesque, and Classical
St. Mary's Seminary Chapel 1806-1808 built
1971 NRHP-listed
600 N. Paca St.
39°17′45″N 76°37′23″W / 39.29583°N 76.62306°W / 39.29583; -76.62306 (St. Mary's Seminary Chapel (Baltimore, Maryland))
Baltimore Gothic Revival
St. Michael the Archangel Church 1914 built
1989 NRHP-listed
1900-1920 E. Lombard St.
39°17′35″N 76°37′4″W / 39.29306°N 76.61778°W / 39.29306; -76.61778 (St. Michael's Catholic Church (Baltimore, Maryland))
Baltimore Romanesque Revaival. The parish complex is listed on the National Register.
St. Peter the Apostle Church 1843 built
1976 NRHP-listed
11 and 13 S. Poppleton St.
39°17′17″N 76°37′56″W / 39.28806°N 76.63222°W / 39.28806; -76.63222 (St. Peter the Apostle Church (Baltimore, Maryland))
Baltimore Greek Revival
St. Vincent de Paul Church 1840 built
1974 NRHP-listed
120 N. Front St.
39°17′29″N 76°36′24″W / 39.29139°N 76.60667°W / 39.29139; -76.60667 (St. Vincent de Paul Church (Baltimore, Maryland))
Baltimore Georgian brick tower, Neo-classical with brick walls
St. Francis Xavier Church 1766 built
1972 NRHP-listed
S of Compton on MD 243
38°15′20″N 76°42′1″W / 38.25556°N 76.70028°W / 38.25556; -76.70028 (St. Francis Xavier Church and Newtown Manor House Historic District)
Compton, Maryland The church and adjacent buildings form an historic district.
St. Ignatius Church 1789 built
1974 NRHP-listed
533 E. Jarrettsville Rd.
39°34′25″N 76°21′19″W / 39.57361°N 76.35528°W / 39.57361; -76.35528 (St. Ignatius Church (Forest Hill, Maryland))
Forest Hill, Maryland Rubble stone; the oldest extant church in the Archdiocese of Baltimore
St. Mary's Church 1840 built
1991 NRHP-listed
St. Mary's Church Rd.
38°25′53″N 76°54′23″W / 38.43139°N 76.90639°W / 38.43139; -76.90639 (St. Mary's Church (Newport, Maryland))
Newport, Maryland The building on the National Register is the original parish church, which is adjacent to the present church.
St. Ignatius Church 1890-1891 built
1974 NRHP-listed
2317 Brinkley Rd.
38°48′16″N 76°58′1″W / 38.80444°N 76.96694°W / 38.80444; -76.96694 (St. Ignatius Church (Oxon Hill, Maryland))
Oxon Hill, Maryland Queen Anne, Shingle Style
St. Ignatius Church 1741 built
1988 NRHP-listed
Ocean Gateway
38°27′55″N 77°1′27″W / 38.46528°N 77.02417°W / 38.46528; -77.02417 (St. Ignatius Church (Port Tobacco, Maryland))
Port Tobacco, Maryland St. Thomas Manor, the Jesuit residence, and St. Ignatius Church are both part of the National Register listing.
St. Peter's Church 1823 built
1980 NRHP-listed
Ocean Gateway
38°58′41″N 76°8′3″W / 38.97806°N 76.13417°W / 38.97806; -76.13417 (St. Peter's Church (Queenstown, Maryland))
Queenstown, Maryland Victorian Gothic
St. Ignatius Church 1785 built
1975 NRHP-listed
Villa Rd.
38°9′2″N 76°25′25″W / 38.15056°N 76.42361°W / 38.15056; -76.42361 (St. Ignatius Church (St. Inigoes, Maryland))
St. Inigoes, Maryland Walls with brick laid in Flemish bond
St. Francis Xavier Church 1792 built
1975 NRHP-listed
Church Road
39°26′16″N 75°48′12″W / 39.43778°N 75.80333°W / 39.43778; -75.80333 (St. Francis Xavier Church (Warwick, Maryland))
Warwick, Maryland New building within the old wall

Massachusetts[edit]

Church Image Dates Location City, state Description
Basilica and Shrine of Our Lady of Perpetual Help 1878 built
1989 NRHP-listed
1545 Tremont Street Boston Romanesque & Gothic Revival; NRHP #89001747
Cathedral of the Holy Cross built 1875 1400 Washington Street Boston Gothic Revival
St. Augustine Chapel 1818 built
1987 NRHP-listed
181 Dorchester Street Boston Gothic Revival
St. Clement Eucharistic Shrine 1935 built 1105 Boylston Street Boston Host to the Oblates of the Virgin Mary
St. Stephen's Church 1804 built
1975 NRHP-listed
401 Hanover Street Boston Early Republic
Church of St. Paul 1924 built 29 Mount Auburn Street Cambridge, Massachusetts Italian Renaissance; the home of the Harvard University Catholic Center
St. John the Evangelist Church 1904 built
1983 NRHP-listed
2270 Massachusetts Avenue Cambridge, Massachusetts Romanesque
Former St. Anne's Church 1891 built South Main Street Fall River, Massachusetts Romanesque; closed in 2018
Notre Dame Church 1912 built
1989 NRHP-listed
Main & Marcy Streets Southbridge, Massachusetts Late 19th & 20th Century Revival
St. Michael's Cathedral 1861 built
1974 NRHP-listed
254 State St.
42°6′15.1″N 72°35′4.1″W / 42.104194°N 72.584472°W / 42.104194; -72.584472 (St. Michael's Cathedral (Springfield, Massachusetts))
Springfield, Massachusetts Italianate, Federal
Patrick Keely, architect
Holy Name Church 1927 built 1689 Centre Street West Roxbury, Massachusetts Romanesque Revival
St. Mary's Church 1876 built
1989 NRHP-listed
159 Washington Street Winchester, Massachusetts Gothic Revival
Cathedral of St. Paul 1874 built
1980 NRHP-listed
38 Chatham Street Worcester, Massachusetts Gothic Revival
St. John's Church 1845 built
1980 NRHP-listed
44 Temple Street Worcester, Massachusetts Greek Revival; the oldest church in the city of Worcester

Michigan[edit]

Church Image Dates Location City, state Description
St. Mary of Good Counsel Church 1871 built
1983 NRHP-listed
305 Division Street
41°53′41″N 84°02′00″W / 41.89472°N 84.03333°W / 41.89472; -84.03333 (Saint Mary of Good Counsel Catholic Church (Adrian, Michigan))
Adrian, Michigan Romanesque Revival
Cathedral of the Most Blessed Sacrament 1915 built
1982 NRHP-listed
9844 Woodward Avenue Detroit Decorated Gothic Revival
Most Holy Redeemer Church 1921 built
2002 NRHP-listed
1721 Junction Avenue Detroit Late Victorian, Romanesque
Our Lady of the Rosary Church 1896 built
1982 NRHP-listed
5930 Woodward Avenue Detroit Romanesque Revival
Sacred Heart Church 1875 built
1980 NRHP-listed
1000 Eliot Street Detroit Romanesque Revival
St. Albertus Church 1885 built
1974 NRHP-listed
4321 St. Aubin Street Detroit Gothic, Polish Cathedral Style
St. Catherine of Siena Church 1929 built
1991 NRHP-listed
4151 Seminole Street Detroit Romanesque Revival
St. Charles Borromeo Church 1912 built
1989 NRHP-listed
1515 Baldwin Street Detroit Late 19th & 20th Century Revival, Romanesque
St. Josaphat's Church 1901 built
1985 NRHP-listed
715 E. Canfield Avenue Detroit Romanesque/Gothic Revival
St. Joseph Church 1873 built
1972 NRHP-listed
1828 Jay Street Detroit Late German-inspired Gothic Revival
St. Mary Church 1876 built
1982 NRHP-listed
646 Monroe Street Detroit Pisan Romanesque
St. Stanislaus Bishop and Martyr Church 1900 built
1989 NRHP-listed
5818 Dubois Street Detroit Gothic Revival, Beaux Arts, Renaissance
St. Theresa of Avila Church 1919 built
1989 NRHP-listed
8666 Quincy Avenue Detroit Late 19th & 20th Century Revival, Romanesque
Ste. Anne de Detroit Church 1887 built
1976 NRHP-listed
1000 Sainte Anne Street Detroit Classical & Late Gothic Revival
Sweetest Heart of Mary Church 1893 built
1974 NRHP-listed
4440 Russell Street Detroit Gothic Revival, Polish Cathedral Style
Transfiguration Church 1949 built
2019 NRHP-listed
5830 Simon K Detroit Italian Renaissance Revival
St. Toma Syriac Catholic Cathedral 2002 built
25600 Drake Rd.
42°28′57.5″N 83°23′54.3″W / 42.482639°N 83.398417°W / 42.482639; -83.398417 (St. Toma Syriac Catholic Cathedral (Farmington Hills, Michigan))
Farmington Hills, Michigan Modern; seat of the Syriac Catholic Eparchy of Our Lady of Deliverance in the United States
St. Paul Church 1895 built
1992 NRHP-listed
157 Lake Shore Road Grosse Pointe Farms, Michigan French Gothic, Neo-Tudor, Colonial Revival
St. Mary, Our Lady of Mount Carmel Cathedral 1976 built 606 N. Ohio Ave.
45°2′1″N 84°40′59.99″W / 45.03361°N 84.6833306°W / 45.03361; -84.6833306 (St. Mary, Our Lady of Mount Carmel Cathedral (Gaylord, Michigan))
Gaylord, Michigan Modern; Mother Church of the Diocese of Gaylord
St. Joseph's Church built 1884
NRHP-listed 1992
5899 County Road 669
44°53′40″N 85°53′0″W / 44.89444°N 85.88333°W / 44.89444; -85.88333 (Saint Joseph's Catholic Church (Glen Arbor, Michigan))
Glen Arbor, Michigan Late 19th-century vernacular
Basilica of St. Adalbert 1913 built 654 Davis Ave. NW
42°58′30.89″N 85°41′4.65″W / 42.9752472°N 85.6846250°W / 42.9752472; -85.6846250 (Basilica of St. Adalbert (Grand Rapids, Michigan))
Grand Rapids, Michigan Romanesque Revival
Cathedral of St. Andrew 1876 built 215 Sheldon Blvd. SE
42°57′28.8″N 85°40′2″W / 42.958000°N 85.66722°W / 42.958000; -85.66722 (Cathedral of Saint Andrew (Grand Rapids, Michigan))
Grand Rapids, Michigan Gothic Revival; Mother Church of the Diocese of Grand Rapids
Immaculate Conception Church 1902 built
1990 NRHP-listed
500 E. Blaine St.
45°49′59″N 88°3′20″W / 45.83306°N 88.05556°W / 45.83306; -88.05556 (Immaculate Conception Church (Iron Mountain, Michigan))
Iron Mountain, Michigan Renaissance Revival
Cathedral of St. Augustine 1951 built 542 W. Michigan Ave.
42°17′30″N 85°35′29.2″W / 42.29167°N 85.591444°W / 42.29167; -85.591444 (Cathedral of Saint Augustine (Kalamazoo, Michigan))
Kalamazoo, Michigan Gothic Revival; Mother Church of the Diocese of Kalamazoo
St. Mary Cathedral 1937 built
1990 NRHP-listed
229 Seymour St.
42°44′8″N 84°33′22″W / 42.73556°N 84.55611°W / 42.73556; -84.55611 (St. Mary Cathedral (Lansing, Michigan))
Lansing, Michigan Gothic Revival; Mother Church of the Diocese of Lansing
St. Peter Cathedral 1938 built
2012 NRHP-listed
311 W. Baraga Avenue Marquette, Michigan Romanesque Revival; Mother Church of the Diocese of Marquette
St. John the Baptist Church 1922 built
1995 NRHP-listed
904 11th Ave.
45°6′32″N 87°36′48″W / 45.10889°N 87.61333°W / 45.10889; -87.61333 (St. John the Baptist Catholic Church (Menominee, Michigan))
Menominee, Michigan Late Gothic Revival
St. Michael the Archangel Church 1852 founded
1866 built
W. Front Street Monroe, Michigan Gothic Revival; second oldest church in Monroe County
St. Mary's Church 1834 built
1982 NRHP-listed
E. Elm Ave. and N. Monroe St.
41°55′08″N 83°23′48″W / 41.91889°N 83.39667°W / 41.91889; -83.39667 (St. Mary's Church Complex Historic District (Monroe, Michigan))
Monroe, Michigan Romanesque Revival; parish buildings from an historic district
St. Vincent de Paul Church 1895 built
1985 NRHP-listed
46408 Woodward Ave.
42°37′56″N 83°17′14″W / 42.63222°N 83.28722°W / 42.63222; -83.28722 (St. Vincent de Paul Church (Pontiac, Michigan))
Pontiac, Michigan Gothic Revival
National Shrine of the Little Flower Basilica 1926 built 2100 W. 12 Mile Rd.
42°30′15″N 83°10′16″W / 42.50417°N 83.17111°W / 42.50417; -83.17111 (National Shrine of the Little Flower (Royal Oak, Michigan))
Royal Oak, Michigan Art Deco
Cathedral of Mary of the Assumption 1903 built
1979 NRHP-listed
615 Hoyt Ave.
43°25′31.91″N 83°56′12.48″W / 43.4255306°N 83.9368000°W / 43.4255306; -83.9368000 (Cathedral of Mary of the Assumption (Saginaw, Michigan))
Saginaw, Michigan Gothic Revival; Mother Church of the Diocese of Saginaw
Church of Our Saviour, Friend of Children 1857 built
1992 NRHP-listed
North Shore Rd., Payment Settlement on Sugar Island
46°31′45″N 84°9′4″W / 46.52917°N 84.15111°W / 46.52917; -84.15111 (Church of Our Saviour, Friend of Children (Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan))
Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan Gothic Revival
Holy Name of Mary Pro-Cathedral 1881 built
1984 NRHP-listed
320 E. Portage Ave.
46°29′55″N 84°20′29″W / 46.49861°N 84.34139°W / 46.49861; -84.34139 (Holy Name of Mary Pro-Cathedral (Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan))
Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan Gothic Revival
Mother of God Cathedral 1980 built
25585 Berg Rd.
42°28′34.34″N 83°16′47.56″W / 42.4762056°N 83.2798778°W / 42.4762056; -83.2798778 (Mother of God Cathedral (Southfield, Michigan))
Southfield, Michigan Neo-Byzantine; seat of the Chaldean Catholic Eparchy of Saint Thomas the Apostle of Detroit

Minnesota[edit]

Church Image Dates Location City, state Description
Church of St. Adrian 1900 built
1980 NRHP-listed
Main & Church Streets
43°37′51″N 95°55′58″W / 43.63083°N 95.93278°W / 43.63083; -95.93278 (Church of St. Adrian (Adrian, Minnesota))
Adrian, Minnesota Romanesque
St. Augustine's Church 1896 built
405 4th St NW
43°40′12.2″N 92°58′47.6″W / 43.670056°N 92.979889°W / 43.670056; -92.979889 (St. Augustine's Church (Austin, Minnesota))
Austin, Minnesota Gothic revival
Church of St. Francis Xavier 1917 built
1985 NRHP-listed
508 13th Street N.
45°19′6″N 95°35′52″W / 45.31833°N 95.59778°W / 45.31833; -95.59778 (Church of St. Francis Xavier (Benson, Minnesota))
Benson, Minnesota One of west-central Minnesota's most architecturally sophisticated churches, designed in Renaissance Revival style by Emmanuel Louis Masqueray.[5]
Church of St. Joseph 1908 built
1985 NRHP-listed
720 N. Main Street
46°5′12″N 94°52′4″W / 46.08667°N 94.86778°W / 46.08667; -94.86778 (Church of St. Joseph (Browerville, Minnesota))
Browerville, Minnesota Baroque Revival church anchoring a Polish American community.[6]
Church of St. Hubertus 1887 built
1982 NRHP-listed
Great Plains Boulevard & West 78th Street
44°51′43″N 93°31′51″W / 44.86194°N 93.53083°W / 44.86194; -93.53083 (Church of St. Hubertus (Chanhassen, Minnesota))
Chanhassen, Minnesota
Sts. Peter and Paul Church 1916 built
1980 NRHP-listed
530 Central Avenue
47°29′1″N 92°52′43″W / 47.48361°N 92.87861°W / 47.48361; -92.87861 (Saints Peter and Paul Church (Chisholm, Minnesota))
Chisholm, Minnesota Anchored a Ukrainian American community on the Iron Range.[7]
Church of Sts. Joseph and Mary 1884 built
1984 NRHP-listed
Mission Road
46°41′2.57″N 92°38′12.28″W / 46.6840472°N 92.6367444°W / 46.6840472; -92.6367444 (Church of Sts. Joseph and Mary (Cloquet, Minnesota))
Cloquet, Minnesota Native American, Log
Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception 1990 built 702 Summit Avenue
47°46′30″N 96°35′25″W / 47.77500°N 96.59028°W / 47.77500; -96.59028 (Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception (Crookston, Minnesota))
Crookston, Minnesota Seat of the Diocese of Crookston.
Former Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception 1912 built
1998 NRHP-listed
N. Ash St. at 2nd Ave.
47°46′27″N 96°36′15″W / 47.77417°N 96.60417°W / 47.77417; -96.60417 (Former Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception (Crookston, Minnesota))
Crookston, Minnesota Gothic Revival. A local organization has plans to develop the building as an arts and community center
Church of St. Bridget 1901 built
1985 NRHP-listed
501 3rd Street South
45°15′33″N 95°28′8″W / 45.25917°N 95.46889°W / 45.25917; -95.46889 (Church of St. Bridget (De Graff, Minnesota))
De Graff, Minnesota Built in the first parish established during Archbishop John Ireland's late-19th-century efforts to resettle Catholics in western Minnesota.[8]
Cathedral of Our Lady of the Rosary 1957 built 2801 East 4th Street
46°48′58″N 92°4′6″W / 46.81611°N 92.06833°W / 46.81611; -92.06833 (Cathedral of Our Lady of the Rosary (Duluth, Minnesota))
Duluth, Minnesota Seat of the Diocese of Duluth.
Church of St. Joseph 1913 built
2002 NRHP-listed
7897 Elmer Road
47°5′1″N 92°46′37″W / 47.08361°N 92.77694°W / 47.08361; -92.77694 (Church of St. Joseph (Elmer, Minnesota))
Elmer, Minnesota Built for settlers recruited to farm a railroad company's surplus land once it had been cleared of valuable timber.[9]
Church of the Holy Family 1909 built
1980 NRHP-listed
307 Adams Avenue
47°27′45″N 92°32′18″W / 47.46250°N 92.53833°W / 47.46250; -92.53833 (Church of the Holy Family (Eveleth, Minnesota))
Eveleth, Minnesota Built to anchor a city's sizeable Slovene American population.[10]
Church of the Sacred Heart 1905 built
1991 NRHP-listed
110 3rd Avenue Northeast
45°39′46″N 94°41′10″W / 45.66278°N 94.68611°W / 45.66278; -94.68611 (Church of the Sacred Heart (Freeport, Minnesota))
Freeport, Minnesota Built for a German American community settled in 1876.[11]
Church of St. Peter 1915 built
1982 NRHP-listed
25823 185th Avenue Southwest
47°47′32″N 96°26′54″W / 47.79222°N 96.44833°W / 47.79222; -96.44833 (Church of St. Peter (Gentilly, Minnesota))
Gentilly, Minnesota Neo-Gothic
Church of Sts. Peter and Paul 1930 built
1982 NRHP-listed
State Street
45°44′11″N 93°56′43″W / 45.73639°N 93.94528°W / 45.73639; -93.94528 (Church of Sts. Peter and Paul (Gilman, Minnesota))
Gilman, Minnesota Beaux Arts
Church of St. Francis Xavier 1895 built
1985 NRHP-listed
13th Street North & Montana Avenue
47°45′29″N 90°18′43″W / 47.75806°N 90.31194°W / 47.75806; -90.31194 (Church of St. Francis Xavier (Grand Marais, Minnesota))
Grand Marais, Minnesota Now a Cook County Historical Society museum.[12]
Church of the Sacred Heart 1921 built
1989 NRHP-listed
9th Street & 4th Avenue
43°47′41″N 95°19′2″W / 43.79472°N 95.31722°W / 43.79472; -95.31722 (Church of the Sacred Heart (Heron Lake, Minnesota))
Heron Lake, Minnesota Neo-Baroque, Other
Church of St. Thomas 1870 built
1991 NRHP-listed
31624 Scenic Byway Road
44°35′56″N 93°54′1″W / 44.59889°N 93.90028°W / 44.59889; -93.90028 (Church of St. Thomas (Jessenland Township, Minnesota))
Jessenland Township, Minnesota Church complex of Minnesota's very first Irish American farming settlement, established in 1852.[13]
St. Mary's Church of the Purification 1882 built
1980 NRHP-listed
15850 Marystown Road
44°43′13″N 93°32′30″W / 44.72028°N 93.54167°W / 44.72028; -93.54167 (St. Mary's Church of the Purification (Marystown, Minnesota))
Marystown, Minnesota Representative of the Catholic church properties around which many German American settlements grew in rural Scott County, Minnesota.[14]
Church of St. Mary 1899 built
1993 NRHP-listed
203 South 5th Avenue East
45°40′21″N 94°48′28″W / 45.67250°N 94.80778°W / 45.67250; -94.80778 (Church of St. Mary (Melrose, Minnesota))
Melrose, Minnesota Formerly the Church of St. Boniface. Built for a rural German American congregation.[15] Destroyed by a fire in March 2016.[16]
Church of St. Stephen 1891 built
1991 NRHP-listed
2211 Clinton Avenue South
44°57′38″N 93°16′16″W / 44.96056°N 93.27111°W / 44.96056; -93.27111 (Church of St. Stephen (Minneapolis, Minnesota))
Minneapolis Romanesque
Basilica of St. Mary 1913 built
1975 NRHP-listed
Hennepin Avenue at 16th Street
44°58′23″N 93°17′11″W / 44.97306°N 93.28639°W / 44.97306; -93.28639 (Basilica of St. Mary (Minneapolis, Minnesota))
Minneapolis Classical Revival
Church of St. Wenceslaus 1907 built
1982 NRHP-listed
East Main Street
44°32′39″N 93°34′27″W / 44.54417°N 93.57417°W / 44.54417; -93.57417 (Church of St. Wenceslaus (New Prague, Minnesota))
New Prague, Minnesota Georgian, Romanesque
Church of St. Mary's 1909 built
1979 NRHP-listed
8433 239th Street East
44°36′11″N 92°56′8″W / 44.60306°N 92.93556°W / 44.60306; -92.93556 (Church of St. Mary's (New Trier, Minnesota))
New Trier, Minnesota Beaux Arts
Cathedral of the Holy Trinity 1893 built 605 North State Street
44°19′5″N 94°28′5″W / 44.31806°N 94.46806°W / 44.31806; -94.46806 (Cathedral of the Holy Trinity (New Ulm, Minnesota))
New Ulm, Minnesota Seat of the Diocese of New Ulm.
St. Joseph's Church 1888 built
1985 NRHP-listed
Main Street
45°58′48″N 94°6′12″W / 45.98000°N 94.10333°W / 45.98000; -94.10333 (St. Joseph's Church (Pierz, Minnesota))
Pierz, Minnesota Gothic Revival
Co-Cathedral of St. John the Evangelist 1957 built 11 4th Ave. SW
44°01′23″N 92°28′07″W / 44.023°N 92.4685°W / 44.023; -92.4685 (Co-Cathedral of St. John the Evangelist (Rochester, Minnesota))
Rochester, Minnesota Modern
Church of the Holy Trinity 1869 built
1984 NRHP-listed
83 Main Street
44°5′52″N 91°49′8″W / 44.09778°N 91.81889°W / 44.09778; -91.81889 (Church of the Holy Trinity (Rollingstone, Minnesota))
Rollingstone, Minnesota Gothic Revival church built in 1869 and expanded in 1893 by a Luxembourg American community.[17]
Church of the Immaculate Conception 1902 built
1982 NRHP-listed
37186 County Road 9
45°39′42″N 94°28′30″W / 45.66167°N 94.47500°W / 45.66167; -94.47500 (Church of the Immaculate Conception (St. Anna, Minnesota))
St. Anna, Minnesota Built to anchor a small Polish American community.[18]
St. Mary Help of Christians Church 1873 built
1982 NRHP-listed
24588 County Road 7
45°28′47″N 94°9′8″W / 45.47972°N 94.15222°W / 45.47972; -94.15222 (St. Mary Help of Christians Church (St. Augusta, Minnesota))
St. Augusta, Minnesota Built to anchor a small German American community.[18]
Cathedral of Saint Mary 1931 built 25 8th Avenue South
45°33′32″N 94°9′41″W / 45.55889°N 94.16139°W / 45.55889; -94.16139 (Cathedral of Saint Mary (St. Cloud, Minnesota))
St. Cloud, Minnesota Seat of the Diocese of St. Cloud.
Church of St. Joseph 1869 built
1982 NRHP-listed
12 W. Minnesota Street
45°33′50″N 94°19′6″W / 45.56389°N 94.31833°W / 45.56389; -94.31833 (Church of St. Joseph (St. Joseph, Minnesota))
St. Joseph, Minnesota Built to anchor a German American community.[18]
Church of St. Kilian 1900 built
1998 NRHP-listed
14034 Emerald Avenue
43°47′23″N 95°52′10″W / 43.78972°N 95.86944°W / 43.78972; -95.86944 (Church of St. Kilian (St. Kilian, Minnesota))
St. Kilian, Minnesota Gothic Late Victorian
Church of St. Michael 1890 built
1979 NRHP-listed
Central Avenue & Main Street
45°12′39″N 93°39′55″W / 45.21083°N 93.66528°W / 45.21083; -93.66528 (Church of St. Michael (St. Michael, Minnesota))
St. Michael, Minnesota Gothic Revival landmark of a German American community.[19]
Cathedral of Saint Paul, National Shrine of the Apostle Paul 1904 built
1974 NRHP-listed
Summit Avenue at Selby Avenue
44°56′49″N 93°6′32″W / 44.94694°N 93.10889°W / 44.94694; -93.10889 (Cathedral of St. Paul (St. Paul, Minnesota))
St. Paul, Minnesota Monumental Beaux-Arts cathedral—called "one of the nation's grandest religious edifices" in its NRHP nomination—designed by Emmanuel Louis Masqueray. Principally built 1906–1915 but with interiors not completed by successors until 1953.[20]
Church of St. Agnes 1901 built
1980 NRHP-listed
548 Lafond Avenue
44°57′35″N 93°7′24″W / 44.95972°N 93.12333°W / 44.95972; -93.12333 (Church of St. Agnes (St. Paul, Minnesota))
St. Paul, Minnesota Landmark Baroque Revival church built 1901–12 for an Austro-Hungarian immigrant congregation.[21]
Church of St. Bernard 1905 built
1983 NRHP-listed
197 Geranium Avenue
44°58′33″N 93°6′28″W / 44.97583°N 93.10778°W / 44.97583; -93.10778 (Church of St. Bernard (St. Paul, Minnesota))
St. Paul, Minnesota Built 1905–14, noted for its innovative Prairie School/Art Nouveau design and early reinforced-concrete construction, and as a masterpiece of architect John Jager (1871–1959).[22]
Church of St. Casimir 1904 built
1983 NRHP-listed
937 Jessamine Avenue East
44°58′30″N 93°3′40″W / 44.97500°N 93.06111°W / 44.97500; -93.06111 (Church of St. Casimir (St. Paul, Minnesota))
St. Paul, Minnesota Beaux-Arts church built for a Polish immigrant congregation.[23]
Church of the Assumption 1870 built
1975 NRHP-listed
51 9th Street West
44°56′51″N 93°5′57″W / 44.94750°N 93.09917°W / 44.94750; -93.09917 (Church of the Assumption (St. Paul, Minnesota))
St. Paul, Minnesota Romanesque Revival church based on the Ludwigskirche in Munich, built 1870–74 for a German immigrant congregation.[24]
Church of St. Stephen 1890 built
1982 NRHP-listed
103 Central Avenue South
45°42′5.5″N 94°16′30″W / 45.701528°N 94.27500°W / 45.701528; -94.27500 (Church of St. Stephen (St. Stephen, Minnesota))
St. Stephen, Minnesota Built to anchor a small Slovene American community.[18]
Church of St. John the Baptist 1924 built
1980 NRHP-listed
309 South 3rd Avenue
47°31′15″N 92°32′9.5″W / 47.52083°N 92.535972°W / 47.52083; -92.535972 (Church of St. John the Baptist (Virginia, Minnesota))
Virginia, Minnesota Served as the center of religious and social life for the city's Polish Americans.[25]
Church of the Annunciation 1913 built
1982 NRHP-listed
County Highway 46
44°30′56″N 93°17′13″W / 44.51556°N 93.28694°W / 44.51556; -93.28694 (Church of the Annunciation (Webster Township, Minnesota))
Webster Township, Minnesota Noted for its unusual American Craftsman design.[26]
Church of the Most Holy Trinity 1905 built
1997 NRHP-listed
4938 North Washington Street
44°30′57″N 93°27′37″W / 44.51583°N 93.46028°W / 44.51583; -93.46028 (Church of the Most Holy Trinity (Wheatland Township, Minnesota))
Wheatland Township, Minnesota Romanesque Revival church built for a Czech American community.[27]
Cathedral of the Sacred Heart 1952 built 360 Main Street
44°2′54″N 91°38′22″W / 44.04833°N 91.63944°W / 44.04833; -91.63944 (Cathedral of the Sacred Heart (Winona, Minnesota))
Winona, Minnesota Seat of the Diocese of Winona.
Basilica of St. Stanislaus 1895 built
1984 NRHP-listed
601 East 4th Street
44°2′49″N 91°37′20″W / 44.04694°N 91.62222°W / 44.04694; -91.62222 (Church of St. Stanislaus (Winona, Minnesota))
Winona, Minnesota Polish Cathedral Style

Mississippi[edit]

Church Image Dates Location City, state Description
Cathedral of the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary 1902 built
1984 NRHP-listed
870 W. Howard Ave.
30°23′49″N 88°53′28″W / 30.39694°N 88.89111°W / 30.39694; -88.89111 (Cathedral of the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary (Biloxi, Mississippi))
Biloxi, Mississippi Late Gothic Revival
Cathedral of St. Peter the Apostle 1900 built 123 North West St.
32°18′04″N 90°11′03″W / 32.30111°N 90.18417°W / 32.30111; -90.18417 (Cathedral of St. Peter the Apostle (Jackson, Mississippi))
Jackson, Mississippi Gothic Revival
St. Patrick's Church 1886 built
1979 NRHP-listed
2614 Davis St.
32°21′48″N 88°42′17″W / 32.36333°N 88.70472°W / 32.36333; -88.70472 (St. Patrick's Catholic Church (Meridian, Mississippi))
Meridian, Mississippi Gothic Revival
Holy Family Church 1886 built
1995 NRHP-listed
Along Aldrich, Old D'Evereux, St. Catherine, Abbott and Byrne Streets
31°33′34″N 91°23′46″W / 31.55944°N 91.39611°W / 31.55944; -91.39611 (Holy Family Catholic Church Historic District)
Natchez, Mississippi Greek Revival, Italianate, Queen Anne
St. Mary Basilica 1843 built
1979 NRHP-listed
107 S. Union St.
31°33′30.96″N 91°24′4.32″W / 31.5586000°N 91.4012000°W / 31.5586000; -91.4012000 (St. Mary Basilica (Natchez, Mississippi))
Natchez, Mississippi Gothic Revival
Sacred Heart Church 1868 built
1987 NRHP-listed
Grand Gulf Military State Park
32°2′0″N 91°3′11″W / 32.03333°N 91.05306°W / 32.03333; -91.05306 (Sacred Heart Roman Catholic Church (Port Gibson, Mississippi))
Port Gibson, Mississippi Historic Carpenter Gothic style church that has been moved to the Grand Gulf Military State Park

Missouri[edit]

Church Image Dates Location City, state Description
Cathedral of St. Mary of the Annunciation 1869 built 615 William St.
37°18′03″N 89°31′38″W / 37.30083°N 89.52722°W / 37.30083; -89.52722 (Cathedral of St. Mary of the Annunciation (Cape Girardeau, Missouri))
Cape Girardeau, Missouri Romanesque Revival
St. Paul Church 1860 built
1979 NRHP-listed
West of Center off Route EE
39°30′12″N 91°36′21″W / 39.50333°N 91.60583°W / 39.50333; -91.60583 (St. Paul Catholic Church (Center, Missouri))
Center, Missouri Gothic Revival
Saint Louis Abbey 1955 built 500 South Mason Road Creve Coeur, Missouri Modern; Benedictine Abbey and school sit on 150 acre campus
Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary Church 1872 built
2014 NRHP-listed
NW. corner of jct. of Cedron Rd. & Zey Ln.
38°46′25″N 92°34′15″W / 38.77361°N 92.57083°W / 38.77361; -92.57083 (Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary Parish Historic District (Jamestown, Missouri))
Jamestown, Missouri Romanesque Revival; the parish buildings from a historic district
Cathedral of Saint Joseph 1968 built 2215 West Main Street Jefferson City, Missouri Modern; 25 acre site
Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception 1883 built
1978 NRHP-listed
416 W. 12th St.
39°6′3″N 94°35′21″W / 39.10083°N 94.58917°W / 39.10083; -94.58917 (Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception (Kansas City, Missouri))
Kansas City, Missouri
Holy Rosary Church 1903 built
2007 NRHP-listed
911 Missouri Ave.
39°6′33.17″N 94°34′21.78″W / 39.1092139°N 94.5727167°W / 39.1092139; -94.5727167 (Holy Rosary Historic District)
Kansas City, Missouri Gothic Revival
Sacred Heart Church 1896 built
1978 NRHP-listed
2544 Madison Ave.
39°4′50.28″N 94°35′44.2″W / 39.0806333°N 94.595611°W / 39.0806333; -94.595611 (Sacred Heart Church (Kansas City, Missouri))
Kansas City, Missouri Celtic-Norman
St. Peter's Church 1862 built
1980 NRHP-listed
Southwest of Rensselaer on Route 2
39°37′11″N 91°36′14″W / 39.61972°N 91.60389°W / 39.61972; -91.60389 (St. Peter's Catholic Church (Rensselaer, Missouri))
Rensselaer, Missouri
Sacred Heart Church 1879 built
1982 NRHP-listed
SR U
38°23′49″N 91°52′53″W / 38.39694°N 91.88139°W / 38.39694; -91.88139 (Sacred Heart Catholic Church (Rich Fountain, Missouri))
Rich Fountain, Missouri Romanesque Revival
Cathedral of St. Joseph 1871 built
2000 NRHP-listed
519 N. 10th St.
39°46′15″N 94°50′54″W / 39.77083°N 94.84833°W / 39.77083; -94.84833 (Cathedral of St. Joseph (St. Joseph, Missouri))
St. Joseph, Missouri Romanesque Revival
Basilica of St. Louis, King of France built 1834
St. Louis Landmark designated
209 Walnut Street St. Louis Greek Revival. The first cathedral west of the Mississippi River
Cathedral Basilica of Saint Louis built 1914
St. Louis Landmark designated
4431 Lindell Blvd St. Louis Neo-Byzantine
Immaculate Conception Church 1908 built
2008 NRHP-listed
3120 Lafayette Ave.
38°37′04″N 90°14′32″W / 38.61778°N 90.24222°W / 38.61778; -90.24222 (Immaculate Conception Church (St. Louis))
St. Louis Gothic Revival
St. Francis de Sales Church 1908 built
1978 NRHP-listed
2653 Ohio Avenue St. Louis Neo-Gothic; 2nd largest church in the Archdiocese of St. Louis
St. Francis Xavier College Church 1898 built
1978 NRHP-listed
Lindell and N. Grand Blvds.
38°38′13″N 90°13′59″W / 38.63694°N 90.23306°W / 38.63694; -90.23306 (St. Francis Xavier College Church (St. Louis))
St. Louis Gothic Revival
St. John Nepomuk Church 1887 built
1972 NRHP-listed
S. 11th St. & Lafayette Ave.
38°36′44″N 90°12′19″W / 38.61222°N 90.20528°W / 38.61222; -90.20528 (St. John Nepomuk Church, St. Louis)
St. Louis Gothic Revival
St. Liborius Church 1889 built
1979 NRHP-listed
1835 N. 18th St.
38°38′48″N 90°12′00″W / 38.64667°N 90.20000°W / 38.64667; -90.20000 (St. Liborius Church (St. Louis))
St. Louis Gothic Revival
St. Stanislaus Kostka Church 1880 built
1979 NRHP-listed
1413 North 20th Street St. Louis Polish Cathedral Style
Shrine of St. Joseph 1846 built
1978 NRHP-listed
1220 North 11th Street St. Louis Miracle of St. Peter Claver
Shrine of Our Lady of Sorrows 1910 built
1982 NRHP-listed
197 State Hwy P
38°43′58.2″N 91°33′9.5″W / 38.732833°N 91.552639°W / 38.732833; -91.552639 (Shrine of Our Lady of Sorrows (Starkenburg, Missouri))
Starkenburg, Missouri Romanesque Revival
St. Agnes Cathedral 1910 built 533 S. Jefferson Ave.
37°12′15″N 93°17′25″W / 37.20417°N 93.29028°W / 37.20417; -93.29028 (St. Agnes Cathedral (Springfield, Missouri))
Springfield, Missouri Neoclassical
St. Joseph Church 1848 built
1972 NRHP-listed
Main St.
38°26′28″N 91°59′45″W / 38.44111°N 91.99583°W / 38.44111; -91.99583 (St. Joseph Church (Westphalia, Missouri))
Westphalia, Missouri Romanesque Revival

Montana[edit]

Church Image Dates Location City, state Description
St. Patrick's Co-Cathedral 1904 built 215 N. 31st St.
45°46′52.08″N 108°30′41.23″W / 45.7811333°N 108.5114528°W / 45.7811333; -108.5114528 (St. Patrick's Co-Cathedral (Billings, Montana))
Billings, Montana Gothic Revival
St. Wenceslaus Church built
2014 NRHP-listed
7724 Danvers Road
47°13′27.84″N 109°43′3″W / 47.2244000°N 109.71750°W / 47.2244000; -109.71750 (St. Wenceslaus Catholic Church (Danvers, Montana))
Danvers, Montana
St. John the Baptist Church built
1986 NRHP-listed
Mullan Rd.
47°0′47″N 114°13′40″W / 47.01306°N 114.22778°W / 47.01306; -114.22778
Frenchtown, Montana
Sacred Heart Church 1926 built
1988 NRHP-listed
316 W. Benham
47°06′28″N 104°42′51″W / 47.10778°N 104.71417°W / 47.10778; -104.71417 (Sacred Heart Church (Glendive, Montana))
Glendive, Montana Romanesque Revival
St. Ann's Cathedral 1889 built
1991 NRHP-listed
715 3rd Avenue North
47°30′31.3″N 111°17′43.4″W / 47.508694°N 111.295389°W / 47.508694; -111.295389 (St. Ann's Cathedral (Great Falls, Montana))
Great Falls, Montana Gothic Revival
St. Joseph's Church 1919 built
1991 NRHP-listed
710 N. Custer Ave.
45°44′08.9″N 107°36′28.8″W / 45.735806°N 107.608000°W / 45.735806; -107.608000 (St. Joseph's Catholic Church (Hardin, Montana))
Hardin, Montana Gothic Revival
Cathedral of Saint Helena 1908 built
1980 NRHP-listed
530 N. Ewing St.
46°35′24.5″N 112°1′57.2″W / 46.590139°N 112.032556°W / 46.590139; -112.032556 (Cathedral of Saint Helena (Helena, Montana))
Helena, Montana Late Gothic Revival
St. Mary of the Assumption Church 1900 built
1980 NRHP-listed
Off Montana Highway 287
45°21′15″N 112°06′26″W / 45.35417°N 112.10722°W / 45.35417; -112.10722 (St. Mary of the Assumption Church (Laurin, Montana))
Laurin, Montana Gothic Revi