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With immigrants from Latin America displacing Lithuanians the parish was abolished in 1970s and the Lithuanian Mass ceased to be celebrated in ~2005.Condition of the building deterioriated as now only the Sunday Mass is held (in Spanish).
In 2008 this plaque was reinstated after reconstruction through titanious efforts of some Lithuanians. The unveiling of this art deco sculpture in 1935 was attended by 60 000 people.
Prior to this "to buy meat" meant "to visit a local butcher", something changed for good by the Chicago's businessmen and countless immigrants from thousands of cities and towns around Europe (the number of Lithuanian butchers was only surpassed by Poles).
Bridgeport was once outflanked by a beautiful massive tower of 1902 Gothic revival St. It was the oldest Lithuanian parish in Chicago (and, in fact, west of the Appalachians).
The tricolor is always waving and patriotic historical mosaics, such as "The coronation of King Mindaugas" adorn the walls.
External Bas-reliefs represent the sites of Lithuanian Maryan visions and internal stained glass windows show the religiously important Lithuanian towns.
The anniversaries of their "glorious but doomed" flight are still celebrated annually there, even if drawing only 100 people. Darius, a lover of sport and Olympic participant, is also credited for writing one of the first books on basketball in Lithuanian (in 1922), making foundations for this American invention to become Lithuania's national sport.