"St. Stanislaus Church peeks out over the shops along Penn Avenue in Pittsburgh's Strip District. Like most of America's Rust Belt towns settled by European immigrant laborers, Pittsburgh was a deeply religious place in the early 20th century, with ornate Romanesque and Gothic chapels, churches and cathedrals rising in nearly every corner of the city. St. Stanislaus, which was built in 1875, sits just down the street from the photographer @jeffswensen's office. When we asked @jeffswensen to look for signs of #Catholicism in Pittsburgh, he knew where to go first. We'll share more of @jeffswensen's photos this #nytweekender." By nytimes on Instagram.
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