Here’s the churches in Chicago that were or are Italian, Kearney.
All Saints. 25th-Wallace (Bridgeport) Originally Irish, became predominantly Italian. This beautiful gothic church was torn to create an expressway off ramp. 1875-1973
St Anthony of Padua 222 W Kensington (Kensington) Founded by Northern and Southern Italians who were ordered to work togather by the Cardinal. Mostly Hispanic now. It has a beautiful interior.
Assumption BVM 313 W Illinois (near Downtown) Founded by Northern Italians. It has a beautiful interior with shrines to Our Lady of Sorrows and St Philip Benizi.
St Callistus. Bowler St (West Side) Very small 1919-1994
St Francis De Paula 78th-Ellis. Not originally an Italian parish, but became predominantly Italian for awhile. 1911-1991
Holy Guardian Angel. Church was at 3 different locations in the area where the UIC (university) now is. Had a large number of Sicilians. 1899-1963
Holy Rosary. 612 N Western. A rather small church with a surprisingly beautiful interior.
Immaculate Conception BVM 1421 N Park. Not originally Italian, but for awhile had a sizeable number of Italian parishoners.
Santa Maria Addolorata. Now at 528 N Ada. A modern building. Original building at another location has been torn down.
Santa Maria Incoronata (now St Therese) 218 W Alexander (Chinatown) Small but with an impressive interior. Congregation is mainly Italian and Chinese.
St Mary of Mount Carmel. 6722 S Hermitage (west Englewood) Most original parishoners came from Salerno. Now a Protestant church. Original church was woodframe 1891-1976.
St Michael the Archangel 2325 W 24th-Pl. A small church
Our Lady of the Angels. 3800 W Iowa. Scene of the tragic 1958 fire. Didn’t begin as an Italian parish, but was probably two thirds Italian for awhile. 1894-1990. Now a Protestant church. Not sure of the building date but it was not the original building.
Our Lady of Pompeii. 1234 W Lexington. Still mostly Italian. A small church with a beautiful interior.
St Philip Benizi. Oak St and Cambridge (near Northside) Founded as a Sicilian parish. A very beautiful church. Torn down to build public housing 1904-1965
St Francis Xavier Cabrini. Lexington St (West Side) 1936-1987
When I have time I'll list the suburban ones.