One of the oldest Catholic parishes in the country, the Church of the Holy Family in Cahokia, Illinois was established in 1699. The older church was built in 1799 and is a great example of French colonial post-on sill construction. The ceiling is supported by a single, 85-foot long log. Even though a more modern church was built next door, the old church is still being used for special events and Latin mass.
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