A large, open bell tower crowns this rhyolite block church. Round-arched windows and a rose window are set with stained glass. The elaborate, columned altar is flanked by two statuary niches displaying life-size figures. A transverse chapel at the southwest corner of the church joins it to the Spanish Colonial Revival rectory, forming a courtyard.
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Holy Name of Mary Catholic Church
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