St. James Church (Stratford, Connecticut)

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St. James Church
Location 2110 Main Street
Stratford, Connecticut
Country United States
Denomination Roman Catholic
Architect(s) J. Gerald Phelan original building
Andrew G. Patrick redesign
Diocese Bridgeport
Province Hartford
Bishop(s) Most Rev. William E. Lori

St. James is a Roman Catholic church in Stratford, Connecticut, part of the Diocese of Bridgeport.


The Gothic Revival church was designed by J. Gerald Phelan and later redesigned by Andrew G. Patrick.

The Peragallo Organ[edit]

The organ was designed by the Peragallo Organ Company of Paterson, NJ, Opus 672. It is a 3 manual and pedal instrument containing 8 ranks of pipework with a total of 415 speaking pipes augmented with 47 digitally sampled ranks for a total of 55 ranks.


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Coordinates: 41°11′18″N 73°07′50″W / 41.1883914°N 73.1304312°W / 41.1883914; -73.1304312