New York City Churches
New York City is full of absolutely breathtakingly beautiful churches! Here are a few:
The Basilica of Saint Patrick’s Old Cathedral, in the heart of old New York; original structure 1815/burned 1866 and rebuilt 1868, corner of Mott & Prince Streets, New York City, oldcathedral.org.
Church of Saint Agnes, completed 1877, rebuilt 1992, in mid-Manhattan, at 143 East 43rd Street, New York City, stagneschurchnyc.org
Church of Saint Michael the Archangel, in Hell’s Kitchen, 424 West 34th Street,
New York City, stmichaelnyc.org
Our Lady of Pompeii Church, erected 1928, in Greenwich Village,
25 Carmine Street, New York City, olpnyc.org
The Parish of St. Vincent Ferrer and St. Catherine of Siena, 869 Lexington Avenue and 411 East 68th Street, New York City, svsc.info
Roman Catholic Parish of Our Saviour, dedicated 1959, at 59 Park Avenue (at East 38th Street), New York City,
Saint Joseph’s Church in Greenwich Village, built 1833-1834 at 371 6th Avenue/Washington Place, New York City, washingtonsquarecatholic.org. “St. Joseph's Church has the distinction of being the oldest Catholic Church edifice in Manhattan and, perhaps the entire Archdiocese” (from the website).
The Shrine and Parish Church of the Holy Innocents, completed 1870 in the Fashion Center, 128 West 37th Street (west of Broadway), New York City, shrineofholyinnocents.org