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Livingston – Saint Philomena

Established as a parish in 1927, the congregation moved to a new colonial style church in 1972. The windows, by Hiemer and Company, are notable for the inclusion of contemporary figures, including Archbishop Boland of Newark and Bishop McNulty of Paterson. Another window commemorates Pope Paul Vi’s 1965 visit to the United States

About The Building


  • Boulanger, Overath, and Associates

Architectural Style

  • Postmodern
  • Colonial

Interior Designer(s)

  • Victor Zucchi

Fabricator(s) of Windows

  • Hiemer and Co.

Current Status: In use

Interior Pictures

Exterior Pictures

Year Opened: 1972

One Comment

  1. Patricia Daum
    Patricia Daum August 11, 2023

    I need your help. I am an author and one of my characters was married at St. Philomena Church in Livingston, NJ in November 1963. Do you have any photos of the old church that you could share with me? I just need a brief description of the church. I’m interested in the exterior, as well as the interior. Also, what street was it located on?
    Thanks so much for your help.
    Patricia Daum

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