Friday, May 11, 2018


Sign at OLPH

The first building of what eventually became Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church was built in 1909 on "a triangular lot bounded on the east by Crawford Street [now Downey Avenue], on the south by Fifth Street, and on the west by New Street." Back then, they probably didn't worry much about parking space, at least for cars.

More than 100 years later, they are still located on that same small triangular lot. And even though there is a dedicated parking lot a block away, the few parking spots right next to the church must be a constant temptation for those arriving late. So remember—no double parking!

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