SILC students celebrating Diwali

SILC students celebrating Diwali

Students of the School of India for Languages and Culture (SILC) celebrating Diwali (the autumn festival of lights celebrated by multiple Indian religious groups), 2015.

SILC students during Diwali

SILC students during Diwali

Students of the School of India for Languages and Culture (SILC) during Diwali, the autumn festival of lights celebrated by multiple religious groups in India, 2011.

SILC students celebrating Holi

SILC students celebrating Holi

Students of the School of India for Languages and Culture (SILC) celebrate Holi (the Hindu festival marking the arrival of spring), 2009.

SILC students celebrating Holi

SILC students celebrating Holi

Students of the School of India for Languages and Culture (SILC) celebrate Holi (the Hindu festival marking the arrival of spring), 2007.

Interior of the Basilica of St. Stanislaus Kostka

Interior of the Basilica of St. Stanislaus Kostka

Interior of the Basilica of St. Stanislaus Kostka decorated for the Christmas season, December 27, 2015. Photo by Jonathan Thoreson. (GNU Free Documentation license 1.2)

Basilica of St. Stanislaus Kostka

Basilica of St. Stanislaus Kostka

Photograph from the National Register of Historic Places, uploaded to Wikimedia Commons by McGhiever.

St. Stanislaus Church

St. Stanislaus Church

St. Stanislaus Church, Winona, ca. 1973

St. Stanislaus Church

St. Stanislaus Church

Postcard image of St. Stanislaus church and the original school, ca. 1905.

Basilica of St. Stanislaus Kostka

In 1895, the Polish immigrant community in Winona raised funds to construct St. Stanislaus Kostka, the grand church dominating the city’s skyline. The church, which still serves the East End parish, was listed on the National Register in 1984 and elevated to a minor basilica of the Catholic Church in 2011.

Photograph of St. Lucas Norwegian Lutheran Church and congregation

St. Lucas Norwegian Lutheran Church

St. Lucas Norwegian Lutheran Church in Yellow Medicine County. Photograph by Carl Graff, ca. 1880–1920.

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