|2nd||Patrick Phelan||1880||1919||Calvary Cemetery (Holyoke)|
|3rd||William Foley||1919||1939||Saint Thomas Cemetery (West Springfield)|
|4th||James McGillicuddy||1939||1949||Calvary Cemetery (Holyoke)|
|5th||James Fitzgibbon||1949||1968||Calvary Cemetery (Holyoke)|
stop A – Sacred Heart Church
Sacred Heart Church was started in 1876 as an offspring of the Saint Jerome Church.
Its steeple was not built until 1897 due to lack of money. It has been an anchor to the Churchill neighborhood of Holyoke ever since.
stop B – Sacred Heart Chapel
The Sacred Heart Chapel is located in the back right area of the church. It is small compared to most chapels.
stop C – South Chestnut Street School
The South Chestnut Street School is at the northwest corner of Sargeant and Chestnut Streets. The southwest corner at the same intersection has a large apartment block called the Clinton.
stop D – Sacred Heart Auditorium
The Sacred Heart Auditorium faces onto Chestnut Street.
stop E – Sacred Heart School
Sacred Heart School started in
Across Franklin Street from the school is 348 Chestnut Street. This is the Lafrance Block. It was built in 1915. in 2019 it was awarded a Holyoke CPA grant.
stop F – Sacred Heart Convent
The Sacred Heart Convent was started in . It face onto Maple Street in Holyoke.
stop G – Sacred Heart Rectory
James Sheehan the first priest of Sacred Heart Parish started the rectory. It was just completed the year he died – 1880. It is fashioned in the Second Empire Style.
stop H – Churchill Neighborhood
There are and were very many churches in the Churchill neighborhood but that is not why it is called Church Hill. Most likely it is Church Hill because the Sacred Heart Church had such a large steeple. The Churchill neighborhood in the 1870s served the Irish Catholics of the area with some Quebec ethnicity. Teh neighborhood has changed greatly since then.