Monday, May 08, 2006

Window From St. Aloysius

I recieved this picture from some someone who reads my blog, and who grew up attending St. Aloysius. A member of her family purchased their family window from the Archdiocese of St. Louis, and it is now hanging in their home.
It's good to see that at least a portion of St. Aloysius's history will be preserved in the homes of those who share memories of the place. Most of the other family windows have yet to be purchased, and are being sold by the Archdiocese for around $2,000. Those interested should send an email to manthosearesomeexpensivewindows@archstl.com , and then probably rob a bank or something.

2 Comments:

Blogger Urban Review - St. Louis said...

The window looks great, sad that it is not still in it's original location. I may try to get a brick or something after all the emotional writing I did on the subject of this buildings.

3:04 PM  
Blogger Chris said...

Wait a minute, the family donated that window originally, and then they had to BUY the window back from the Archdiocese???

12:18 PM  

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