A lovely cathedral in a great neighborhood. We attended a very nice wedding here. The stained glass windows were excellent, the service magnificent. Definitely worth a visit if you are in the area.
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What a gem. While walking to Little Italy we discovered this little unknown church. The Basilica of St. Patrick’s Old Cathedral, on the corner of Mott &a Prince St., is the original Cathedral of the Archdiocese of New York and a cousin to the more...More
It's not as well-known as its counterpart on 5th Avenue but the cathedral is noteworthy on its own for being the seat of the archdiocese of New York in the 1800s and the first church in the US dedicated to the Irish saint. It's not...More
This is one of the attraction in New York city, ok is not Notre Dame in Paris or the sistine chapel in Italy, but it is a great art work you will enjoy, located in the nice upper Manhattan area, and enjoy touring New York...More
The original St. Patrick's, this beautiful church is located in a neighborhood of brownstones and was the seat of the Catholic diocese 1808-1879. Wonderful vaulted ceiling, majestic main altar.