St. Patrick's Cathedral
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About this place
Each year, more than 5.5 million people visit St. Patrick's Cathedral. Our new website will extend the experience with features on history, architecture and prayer. Just as important, the site will enable more people to visit virtually, with online homilies, concerts, candle lighting and more.
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St. Patrick's Cathedral is one of New York's finest examples of Gothic Revival, with its massive bronze doors, white marble facade, 330-foot spires, the Great Organ, rose window, bronze baldachin, 2,400 seating capacity, and the statue of Pieta at the side of the Lady Chapel. With millions of…
World famous Neo Gothic architecture Roman Catholic Cathedral on Fifth Avenue, Built in 1878, open to the public every day.
Towering Neo-Gothic church from 1879 with twin spires & storied history opposite Rockefeller Center.
Even though it faces off against the imposing Art Deco Rockefeller Center, architect James Renwick's Gothic Revival building holds it own with intricate marble towers, a cavernous ribbed vault, pointed arches and buttresses. But the real treasures are inside this active house of worship, which is…