a.k.a. St. Mark's Episcopal Church, the Cathedral Parish of St. Mark's
Architect: Jamieson Parker,
"I want to build beautiful churches!" Jamieson Parker
The arched windows, geometric embellishments, and the large, spoked stained-glass window give this brick Romanesque church a nice, organic look quite different from the Colonial-style Unitarian Church that Jamieson Parker also designed. For instance, compare St. Mark's squared-off bell tower and its arcade with the Unitarian Church's slender spire. Then go into the nave of this church and enjoy the murals that Father Bernard F. Geiser worked on from 1931 to 1938.
* More Than Two Gentlemen Copied This from Verona: Interestingly, this is a copy of a Philadelphia church, which was a copy of a church in Pisa, Italy, which, in turn, was a copy of the Basilica of San Zeno in Verona, Italy.