Take a rare look into the cloistered life of nuns as they discuss their contemplative lives as well as the beautiful paintings […]
Visit a Gothic-revival church in a neighborhood rich with history from colonial times to the present, including the story of why the parish was renamed and why there are more statues outside the church than inside.
The Emmy Award-winning City of Churches explores and documents the local history, art and architecture that clearly illustrate why New York City is known as the “City of Churches.” Series host Anthony Mangano uncovers places, people and memories inspired by these architectural wonders and their surrounding neighborhoods. Join us as we explore some of the beautiful churches in New York City. The spotlight may be on your parish next!
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Our visit to Sacred Heart-Saint Stephen’s continues as Anthony Mangano climbs up into the steeple for an exclusive look at the original […]
Discover the compelling history of this church with two names when Msgr. Guy Massi and Pastoral Associate John Heyer join Anthony Mangano […]
Currents news reporter Katie Breidenbach is Anthony Mangano’s special guest discussing a documentary she produced about her hometown church’s survival after a […]
Discover this beautiful Art Deco church and its unusual connection with a macaroni company, as well as the roots of it’s historic […]
In the Season 6 premiere, Anthony Mangano visits Pastor William Murphy and the tranquil grounds of the Immaculate Conception Monastery in the […]
In this episode, host Anthony Mangano heads up the East River to Whitestone, Queens, NY to visit St. Luke’s Catholic Church. Built […]
City of Churches heads into the heart of New York City with a visit to St. Vincent Ferrer Church in Manhattan. Host […]
Last season, host Anthony Mangano returned to the old parish church where he grew up. This season, we visit his current parish, […]
In this special episode, host Anthony Mangano traces the two year renovation of Holy Name Church as it becomes the new home […]