Church of the Epiphany in Gramercy Park. This Roman Catholic church was designed by Belfatto & Pavarini and built in 1967, replacing a church of the same name built a hundred years earlier (1870), which burnt down in 1963. The AIA Guide to New York City called the church: "The most positive modernist religious statement on Manhattan Island to date." And Yelper "Ro N." says, "Yay...finally found a clean church to go to! It's not dirty and not filled with sketchy people like the church on 14th Street!" Apparently people review churches on Yelp. CLICK TO ENLARGE
And where i was baptised
Where I went to grade school . . .
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