Saint Robert Parish in Shorewood is an artistic gem among Milwaukee’s many beautiful Catholic churches. The interior matches the building’s exterior in elegance. The mosaic in the apse is one of the most exquisite in the city and reminds me of the ancient mosaics you’ll see in so many of Rome’s churches. The current building for the parish was completed in 1937 and is an excellent example of Lombardy Romanesque architecture. Thankfully, the doors were open on this gorgeous day so I stopped in and took some photos. Here you go!
photos over at Cream City Catholic