St. Raymond’s parish in the Bronx existed even before “the Bronx” was created. Anthony Mangano talks with Father Cruz about the history […]
Join series host Anthony Mangano for an all new season of “City of Churches” as he uncovers places, people and memories inspired by these architectural wonders and their surrounding neighborhoods.Tune in to get an up-dose perspective from knowledgeable insiders on these remarkable houses of worship.
Season Premiere is on Wednesday, September 26th at 9:00 PM on NET TV.
Tune in every Wednesday at 9:00 PM for new episodes.
You can watch “City of Churches” On:
You may watch “Reel Faith” on:
Spectrum, channel 97
Optimum, channel 30
FiOS by Verizon, channel 48 & On Demand
Blessed Sacrament parish in Manhattan first church serves started in a stable. Anthony Mangano visits with Father John Duffell and learns how […]
Is Arthur Avenue in the Bronx more authentically Italian that the better-known Little Italy in Manhattan? To find out, Anthony Mangano talks […]
Why is Little Italy’s most famous church named after an Irish Saint instead of an Italian Saint? Find out as Anthony Mangano […]
More than 75 years ago, St. Mel’s parish celebrated mass in a small political club that is now a beauty parlor. Today […]
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 Parish in Springfield Gardens, Queens is full of history and strength. Although their church was the victim of a […]
Visitation of the Blessed Virgin Church in Redhook, Brooklyn was on the verge of bankruptcy when Father Claudio arrived, and then Hurricane […]
In 2016, Our Lady of Sorrows Church in Corona Queens was destroyed by a catastrophic fire. Anthony Mangano speaks with Father Ray […]
Why is St. Malachy’s church, located in the heart of Broadway in midtown Manhattan, called “The Actors Chapel”? Find out when Anthony […]