Sacred Heart Catholic Church, Hartford (1917)

April 29th, 2012 Posted in Churches, Gothic, Hartford

Sacred Heart Catholic Church, at Ely and Winthrop Streets in Hartford, was erected by a congregation of German immigrants who first organized in 1872. The church began with a basement chapel, designed by Michael O’Danahue and completed in 1893. The Gothic structure with yellow brick facade was completed by architect George A. Zunner, Sr. and was dedicated in 1917. Today, the church has a primarily Puerto Rican congregation.

  1. 2 Responses to “Sacred Heart Catholic Church, Hartford (1917)”

  2. By Carmen Rivera on Jun 4, 2016

    First church my parents took me to way back in the late 50s

  3. By Jackie Ramos on Aug 4, 2016

    I use to attend and worked there as a little girl…loved father Peter Rozazza, I go back to the days of father Richard and father Tom…..

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