Founded in 1902, this church is an integral part of the Theater District. In 1920, St. Malachy's Church experienced an ... More
St. Malachy's Church
Founded in 1902, this church is an integral part of the Theater District. In 1920, St. Malachy's Church experienced an influx of actors, dancers, musicians, craftsmen, and tourists filling the seats, replacing the types of parishioners St. Malachy's had seen in previous years. In 1991, Father Michael C. Crimmins was named pastor and put forth immense effort to fund repairs for the church. A new roof, restoration of the interior, cleaning of the exterior and heating and air conditioning systems have made St. Malachy Church a beautiful place to pray.
This is a relatively small, but beautiful church. Daily Masses at 8am and 1215pm are well suited for those who work in midtown Manhattan. Like all older churches with a cathedral ceiling, it sometimes difficult for anyone with some hearing difficult to follow with clarity rthe readings and homily. I have the same difficulty at both St. Patrick's and St. Francis of Assisi.
This Episcopal Chapel, located in what is now the bustling financial district, was dedicated in 1766 and is the oldest
remaining church in Manhattan. Rich in history, George Washington worshiped here on his inauguration day, and his personal pew ...
Situated between posh 5th Avenue and Broadway, the Hampton Inn New York/35th Street Empire State Building is in the shadow
of the Empire State Building and just half a block from the theaters of Great White Way! All of ...
The majestic Empire State Building was completed in 1931, becoming the world's tallest building at the time. While no longer
the tallest, it remains as impressive as ever. At night the building is lit up, often with special colors ...