The Cost of Repairing the Murals at St. Nicholas Croatian Catholic Church

Pittsburgh City Paper | December 22, 2009
Painted in the Depression era, the church's murals go well beyond standard religious iconography. Along with traditional Catholic imagery of angels and the Virgin Mary, they include World War I-era soldiers killing Christ, crowned with barbed wire; a worker killed in a mining accident.

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