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St. Stephen's Roman Catholic Church, Boston

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  • Does not look like a Catholic church and originally, it wasn't. No stained glass windows, but a few statues. The outside red brick is somewhat pretty. Overall, not worth a separate trip, but if you ar...  more »
  • First it is an active Catholic Church so me take off your hats! Neat Bullfinch church very plainly decorated but a nice haven after bustling around Hanover street all morning. Stop by for a visit and ...  more »
  • While this simple church, steps from the Old North Church, isn't the attraction of its neighbor, it was interesting to stumble upon, and has a historic legacy of its own. Two things intrigued me enoug...  more »
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  • They should keep their nose out pollitical issues such as the legalization of cannabis. How is a church going to give man money to fight nature and God himself? Ban all Catholic church's in Massachusetts.
  • A beautiful church with a great pastor!
  • Former Congregationalist, then United, then Catholic. Worth a look!
  • A church with an interesting history, there is a small amount of information available about this church in its foyer.
  • This is a lovely church, sensitively restored to it's original appearance by the Roman Catholic Archdiocese. Well worth a visit if you are in the North End to visit Old North or Paul Revere's house.