One of my favorite churches in North St. Louis, which I’ve looked at before here and here, is St. Liborius, anchoring the bend in North Market Street in the St. Louis Place neighborhood. This weekend, the owners allowed visitors to… Continue Reading
I stopped by St. Liborius, which anchors the bend of North Market Street in St. Louis Place. Maybe one day buildings will line this street again. See my photos from several years ago here.
St. Liborius, despite lacking its original steeple, is a sight to behold. Perhaps one day, when the street is reborn, the steeple can be replaced, as it was in Washington, DC, in a similar style church. The church once anchored… Continue Reading
Update: This is truly terrible post, and I’ve learned much more about St. Louis history since writing this way back in 2007. Editor, July 2019. First of all, I apologize for the delay in substantive posts; I’ve not had the… Continue Reading