St. Patrick's Catholic Church (Washington, D.C.)
|St. Patrick's Catholic Church|
St. Patrick's Catholic Church
619 10th St NW,|
A long-time listing on the National Register of Historic Places, St. Patrick's is not without controversy. Radical renovations to the sanctuary in 1994 witnessed the removal and subsequent destruction of the church's original high altar, communion rail, consecration stones, and some artwork. The National Register considered taking formal, perhaps legal, action over the unprecedented violation of regulation.
The first pastor of St. Patrick's was Anthony Caffry, O.P., who served from 1794 to 1804. He was followed by William Matthews, who held the position from 1804 to 1854. Matthews was succeeded by Timothy O'Toole.
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