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East Orange – Our Lady Help of Christians

This striking Gothic Revival church with an exterior in white marble and its beautiful bell tower is a landmark in East Orange.

Its interior is unusual in that it has a slightly sloping floor and no pillars, an innovation at the time of its construction. Over the front door there is a bas relief of the Battle of Lepanto. Each individual in the Stations of the Cross is individually carved.

In 1983 the parish merged with Holy Spirit Parish.

About The Building

Architectural Style

  • Gothic Revival

Current Status: In use

Interior Pictures

Exterior Pictures

Year Opened: 1897

2 Comments

  1. John Joseph Franco
    John Joseph Franco January 10, 2023

    I went from Kindergarten to 8th grade – class of 1964:-) Loved the Nuns they were always good to me – Taught me to love Jesus – I’ve never forgotten that and always love them for it.

  2. Sharon lawery Winslow
    Sharon lawery Winslow April 17, 2022

    I am proud to say I was a student at OLHC
    From 2nd grade to graduation. I am still friends with many of my classmates! Class of 69

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