Holy Family Parish was established for the largely Irish west side of Columbus [Ohio] in 1877. The church was dedicated in 1899. It is the site of the diocese's only indult for the use of the 1962 Roman Missal (and my summer assignement this year whoo hoo!) Fr. Kevin Lutz in the current pastor, and one of the best guys I know. Unfortunately I got these pictures in reverse order, but the discriptions fit.
This first picture is one of the stations of the cross at Holy Family.
This next picture is of the very ornate, and rather large baptistry.
This is just a sample of the stain glass windows at Holy Family. They actually are very simple windows, but beautiful just the same. All of the windows at Holy Family depict saints. This peticular example is of Sts. Simon and Andrew.
Even the front doors at Holy Family remind us of the holiness and history of the Catholic Church and of our mission.
Here is the high altar, still in use, at Holy Family. At the time I took these pictures, all of the statues were covered due to Passiontide (and rightly so).
The pulpit at Holy Family.
This is Mary's side altar at Holy Family, but you can't really tell that from this picture because she's covered up. I wonder if the halo that showed up in the picture is any indication that that's a depection of our Blessed Mother under there.
The outside of Holy Family. For some reason the resolution didn't turn out so great on these pictures.
The choir loft and organ at Holy Family. I wished I had gotten a better picture of the organ, as it is a very nice organ.