Nativity of Mary, Blessed Virgin Catholic Church, High Hill

High Hill Texas area, the Nativity of Mary, Blessed Virgin Catholic Church is a historic church that was built in 1906.  

The building is made of red brick in Gothic Revival style. The church was designed by prominent Texas church architect Leo M.J. Dielmann.  

Its interior has a soft blue ceiling, and a large chandelier that illuminates the intricate hand painted golden patterns.  

The church was designed by noted architect Leo M.J. Dielmann, who studied architecture in Germany. He designed the church as a classic gothic revival structure. 

There are two Berlin windows. The octagonal columns are marbled in burnished ochre. The roof is made of copper. 

The interior of the church features an elaborately decorated ceiling with freehand painting and stencilling. 

The ceiling is a re-creation of the Garden of Eden. In addition, there are statues of Mary and Saints, such as Saints Peter and Paul.  

Decorative painting by Stockert and Kern is a form of interior painting. It involves gluing images or stencils onto wood walls.