(I wish I had a few more facts for this entry, like names and dates, but I don't, so here goes...)
outside of St. P's, there are two memorials to different pastors of the parish right next the the church.
The first one is a plaque to a pastor from (I think?) around the turn of the 20th century (1900?) or so; it is attached to a statue of Jesus, like the Sacred Heart or something.
The second one is actually the grave of a pastor from the 1970's; it has a (not very attractive) bronze picture/engraving of him on a flat tombstone (I think there might also be like a prayer or some words or something, but I can't remember.)
If you think about it for a moment, the contrast is striking, and very telling.
100 years ago, to memorialize and honor someone, you put up a statue of Jesus.
In the 1980's, to memorialize someone, you put up a statue of...them.