Chicago boasts a large Polish population, and this is the head church of all the Polish churches throughout the city. Built in 1876, it was modeled after a church in Krakow. It is hard to recognize the similarities now because it has gone through a number of alterations over the years. Inside, St. Stanislaus Kostka Church is opulent and majestic with carved oak choirs stalls, huge paintings and Tiffany windows peering down on the baroque altar. Polish faithful still come to worship here, although today it caters to a large Mexican population. Service times change frequently. Please call to verify.