In the relaxed ambiance of El Campo, the monumentality of St. Philip's comes as a surprise. The church's entrance doors are framed with a screen of paired cast-stone columns on tall bases. Above these, a Baroque niche is stationed atop a scrolled central window. The towers pay homage to the eighteenth-century mission churches of San Antonio. Next door to the church is the parish school of 1950 and 1956 by Houston architects Goehring and Reichert. Lloyd Reichert was a native son of El Campo.
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St. Philip the Apostle Catholic Church
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