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St Nicholas Ukrainian Catholic Church, Chicago

No shortage of magnificent Ukrainian churches in this part of town - this soaring example was built in 1913 on the model of St Sophia's in Kiev.

No shortage of magnificent Ukrainian churches in this part of town - this soaring example was built in 1913 on the model of St Sophia's in Kiev. The eye-catching thirteen onion domes stand for Christ and the 12 apostles. The one weekly English-language mass is at 11:30AM on Sundays.


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About St Nicholas Ukrainian Catholic Church

 2238 West Rice Street, Chicago, IL, United States

 +1 773-276-4537

 www.stnicholaschicago.org

St Nicholas Ukrainian Catholic Church and Nearby Sights on Map

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