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StephenCross wrote a review Mar 2020
Dublin, Ireland14,813 contributions1,349 helpful votes
Nice church in a highly desirable location with views that are worth millions! It’s funny to see it between all the office buildings.
Date of experience: March 2020
D0cumenta wrote a review Jun 2018
Prague, Czech Republic339 contributions33 helpful votes
Even NYC financial district is everywhere around these small buildings made of bricks are surviving to these days.Great contrast.
Date of experience: July 2017
harvardmom2 wrote a review Jul 2017
Rockaway, New Jersey211 contributions41 helpful votes
An elegant church and shrine to a wonderful Saint. Visited here with a friend of mine who is a nun with the Order of Sisters of Charity. Both she and I were touched by the beauty of the church and the collection of photos. A beautiful place to rest and reflect in a sea of busy tourists and sights.…
Date of experience: May 2017
Elizabeth B wrote a review Jan 2017
Chapel Hill, North Carolina190 contributions31 helpful votes
I love the fact that this building has been preserved; it sticks out like a sore thumb in the Financial District, and I love it! The church is humble but beautiful, and Mother Seton was born here, which is very special.
Date of experience: March 2016
sonhomeu wrote a review Apr 2016
New York City, New York268 contributions72 helpful votes
This is a lovely little shrine just across from the Staten Island Ferry. We went to Sunday mass and then spoke with the priest about St. Elizabeth Ann Seton, the church, and read about her story in the chapel. The church was built as a shrine to the saint, attached to her Federalist-style house, which is one of the oldest in Manhattan, and definitely the only one left standing in that area surrounded by skyscrapers. I found it interesting she didn't grow up Catholic, but converted later in life. The church is pretty and we really liked the priest too.…
Date of experience: January 2016