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My mother has always wanted to go to Mass here. We took the opportunity on a Saturday evening and it was delightful. I am not Catholic, but one of the things I have always enjoyed about Mass is when all members turn to greet one...More
We not only attending a Sunday morning service, but also looked around. This place is unbelievable. The size, sculptures, wood work, etc. were magnificent. Make sure you walk in far enough to turn around and see the piper organ.
The service itself was great. I...More
WE were in Chicago on a Sunday and we attended Mass here. The singing was fantastic and the whole Church was beautifully decorated with flowers. Afters we got directions from some lovely people to best area to go to etc.
Holy Name Cathedral is one of the oldest and most famous Cathedrals in Chicago.It's always a fulfilling Spiritual Experience to visit Holy Name Cathedral in Chicago. The Architectural Ambiance Abounds in this Sacred Atmosphere. One of many free attractions guaranteed to please while in Chicago.
Holy Name Cathedral is a nice enough Church and if you happen to walk past it might be worth going in. However if you are not interested in Churches or going near the area this is very missable. Note: this is a working Church so...More
I had to check out this church due to the gangster history. One of Al Capone's rivals was shot outside this church and you can still faintly see bullets holes - you have to look very close and know where to look. A lot of...More
It's a Church . . . go on in as long as it is not after visiting hours. I sincerely doubt if they appreciate cameras flashing though. While you're there, light a candle, say a prayer and leave a couple bucks in the box.