Category:St. Patrick Church (Columbus, Ohio)

Seal of Ohio.svg
This is a photo of a place or building that is listed on Ohio History Connection's Remarkable Ohio historical marker program in the United States. Its reference number is
English: Built in 1852 and dedicated a year later, St. Patrick Church is the second oldest Roman Catholic Church in Columbus, Ohio. Founded as the English speaking parish, this church of Norman Gothic design served as the home for three future bishops. Located on Naghten Street, the "Irish Broadway" of the nineteenth century, St. Patrick's parish provided a vital place for the acculturation of the neighborhood Irish immigrants into mainstream American society. The Irish heritage is remembered through the shamrocks that emblazon the heads of each pew. Severely damaged by "the Great Fire" in 1935, the church was quickly restored and serves today as a vibrant religious center for central Ohio. The Dominican Fathers have staffed St. Patrick Church since 1885.
Saint Patrick Church (en); كنيسه القديس باتريك (arz) church in Ohio, United States (en); Kirchengebäude in den Vereinigten Staaten (de); kerkgebouw in Verenigde Staten van Amerika (nl)
Saint Patrick Church 
church in Ohio, United States
Saint Patrick Church (Columbus, Ohio) - exterior at dawn.jpg
Upload media
Wikipedia-logo-v2.svg  Wikipedia
Instance ofchurch building
Location Ohio
  • 1853
39° 58′ 12″ N, 82° 59′ 24″ W
Authority control
Edit infobox data on Wikidata


This category has only the following subcategory.