City of Churches

Why is Little Italy’s most famous church named after an Irish Saint instead of an Italian Saint? Find out as Anthony Mangano travels to the heart of this iconic Manhattan neighborhood to talk with Father Sakano.

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Basilica of Old St. Patrick’s

November 8, 2017

Why is Little Italy’s most famous church named after an Irish Saint instead of an Italian Saint? Find out as Anthony Mangano […]

St. Mel’s

November 1, 2017

More than 75 years ago, St. Mel’s parish celebrated mass in a small political club that is now a beauty parlor. Today […]

St. Paul’s and St. Agnes

October 25, 2017

Cobble Hill, Brooklyn is home to home to two beautiful but distinct “sister churches”, both historic edifices in their own right. St. […]

St. Mary Magdalene

October 18, 2017

St. Mary Magdalene Parish in Springfield Gardens, Queens is full of history and strength. Although their church was the victim of a […]

Visitation of the Blessed Virgin Mary

October 11, 2017

Visitation of the Blessed Virgin Church in Redhook, Brooklyn was on the verge of bankruptcy when Father Claudio arrived, and then Hurricane […]

Our Lady of Sorrows

October 4, 2017

In 2016, Our Lady of Sorrows Church in Corona Queens was destroyed by a catastrophic fire. Anthony Mangano speaks with Father Ray […]

St. Malachy’s

September 27, 2017

Why is St. Malachy’s church, located in the heart of Broadway in midtown Manhattan, called “The Actors Chapel”? Find out when Anthony […]

St Mary’s Nativity

September 21, 2017

Anthony Mangano, visits one of NY’s most modern and light-filled churches, Mary’s Nativity in Flushing Queens to talk with engaging pastor, Rev. […]

City of Churches Season Premiere Promo

September 14, 2017

This season host Anthony Mangano journeys not only in the Diocese of Brooklyn and Queens, but also outside its borders into Manhattan […]

Co-Cathedral of St. Joseph Part 1

November 9, 2016

Anthony Mangano and Msgr.  Harrington look back at the renovation and elevation of Saint Joseph’s Co-Cathedral in Prospect Heights, Brooklyn.

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