Day 247

Church of St. James the Apostle

September 2nd, 2012



Opened in 1837, it's the city's second-oldest surviving Catholic church building (by some measures, anyway; this ranking is not as straightforward as it sounds). Check out these photos of the beautiful interior, taken on the final day of one man's two-and-a-half-year quest to attend mass at each of Manhattan's 96 Catholic churches.

One Comment

  1. Gigi says:

    That guy’s blog is bookmarked on my phone, very helpful in looking for churches and mass schedules, he has some nice pics of the churches, too.

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