Schedule: Every day from 6:30 am. to 8:45 pm
Sundays at 4:00 pm. Eucharist in Spanish
The St. Patrick's Cathedral in New York is the largest Catholic cathedral in North America, is located between the streets 50 and 51 with the famous Fifth Avenue, directly across from Rockefeller Center, it is a contrast find this cathedral of Gothic style in the middle of modern buildings and skyscrapers.
Beautiful bronze doors are on 5th Avenue, in a special altar dedicated to the Virgin of Guadalupe. The choir organ installed in 1928 and has 3,920 tubes and the Grand Gallery installed in 1930, has 5,918 tubes.
The Stations of the “viacrucis” won a prize in the Word Columbian Exposition in Chicago in 1893 and La Piedad found in the cathedral is three times higher than the Vatican.
It has capacity for 2,200 people.
The Church offers guided tours to see the architecture, history and the religious spirit of the Cathedral, tours are free and donations are accepted, only made for groups of more than 10 persons, you should make an appointment at + 1-212- 355-.2749 ext.829
If you want to light a candle the fee is $ 2. There is a small gift shop with religious and mail pieces within the church and a larger Street to the junction 51, the entrance to the cathedral is free.