Friday, July 24, 2009

Indianapolis Architecture - Sacred Heart Church

One of the architectural jewels of the south side; I will have to do a future post on the inside in the future, its quite amazing. If memory serves, I believe it was built by German immigrants (like much of the architecture on the south side) in the 1870's.


3 comments:

Rebecca said...

Beautiful! I look forward to seeing your pictures of the inside.

Jo Ellen Meyers Sharp said...

I wonder if you are related to Rosie and Dick Heidelberger? Anyway, I love Sacred Heart Church. I went to grade school there for five years. I was concerned after the fire if it would really be restored and it was. My father's funeral was there in December.

mheidelberger said...

Thanks guys! The next time I'm out that way, I'll get the inside. Yes,Dick and Rosie Heidelberger are my grandparents.