I grew up near Carey so I have a personal attachment here. Just an hour or so NW of Columbus - go visit - it is worth the trip.
This Church survived the great Chicago fire - a must see when in Chicago, but not the best of the Windy City
Reported to have the largest stained glass windows in America
The whole setting of old Savannah adds a lot to the feel of this Cathedral that sits at the edge of a Spanish moss covered square with horse drawn tours plodding by
On a small college campus near Terre Haute, Indiana
A Polish church that I stumbled upon in Chicago- the outside is impressive, but the inside is amazing. Do not go to Chicago without stopping here.
Another Cathedral aided by setting - in the center of the French Quarter with Andrew Jackson guarding the front door. Plus it kinda looks like a Disney castle.
HUGE - sits on the campus of Catholic University - the largest church in the western hemisphere - countless shrines and chapels throughout the Basilica - still under constant expansion
My favorite church in America - the interior is stunning - you have no choice but to stand in awe and try to take it all in. I have been lucky enough to see a few cathedrals of Europe and they have nothing on this Basilica. Well worth a trip to Buffalo.
These buildings would get my vote for the ten most impressive churches that I have seen. Of course if I had to truly choose my all time favorite it would be the church where I grew up. It was built by my German ancestors and was ufortunately closed a few years back.
I am enjoying sharing some of my pictures. What else should I post? Favorite Mary statues? Best windows? Ugliest churches? (That might upset some people) We will see.