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St. Francis of Assisi Church- NY

The church of St. Francis of Assisi, home to the National Shrine of St. Anthony of Padua, is an incredible, historic Manhattan landmark. Staffed by the devoted Order of the Friars Minor, St. Francis of Assisi Church has roots in the Kingdom of Hungary, the parish's founding priest hailing from that distant land. Here you and…
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St. Frances X Cabrini Shrine – NY

At St. Frances Xavier Cabrini Shrine, on a gorgeous wood site in Northern Manhattan, you will find the shrine of Mother Cabrini. This site houses the most precious remains of the beloved Saint Frances, which were moved here from Wood Park in 1933, 16 years after her death. Saint Francis was canonized in 1946, and a…
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Tenement Museum

Located in the Lower East Side, the Tenement Museum of New York is a National Historic Site, first built in 1863. Here you will see a culturally significant historic home of gorgeous Italianate architecture, once home to over 7,000 working class immigrants trying to make a living in the New World. These men and women worked…
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St. Patrick’s Old Cathedral – NY

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Shrine of St. Elizabeth – NY

The Shrine of St. Elizabeth, located at the Church of Our Lady of the Holy Rosary in Lower Manhattan, will provide your group with the amazing story of Saint Elizabeth Ann Bayley Seton. St. Elizabeth is remembered as an incredible woman, a loving wife, mother, and unfortunate widow by the age of 29. Born in New York during British occupation…
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St. Peter’s Church – NY

St. Peter’s Roman Catholic Church, located at the corner of Church Street, has nearly 200 years of history in Lower Manhattan, surviving various riots, pestilence, and attacks amid the surrounding streets. The Roman Catholic parish of Our Lady of Rosary, has a long history of resilience and renewal, sitting at the "center of early American Catholicism." …
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Christ Cathedral

The Crystal Cathedral, today more formally known as the Christ Cathedral, is the "galvanizing cultural icon and world famous landmark" and a highly popular stop for people of many different faiths. This 34-acre absolutely striking complex is perhaps most widely known for Reverend Robert Schuller and his Hour of Power, though the former Reformed Church of…
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