Tag Archive for St. Sabina Catholic Church

A thousand men of action

St. Sabina’s Catholic Church, the monolithic edifice of gothic architecture on 78th and Racine, occupies an entire city block, its sheer magnitude rendering it virtually impossible to see three corners of the building at once. Last Friday night, the folks…

Wild Wild West

St. Sabina Catholic Church, in Auburn Gresham on Chicago’s Southwest Side, is a cathedral-like edifice with comfortable padded pews and a large mural of a black Jesus. When I arrived there last Sunday in search of a book signing and…