List of churches in the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of New York

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The Roman Catholic Archdiocese of New York covers New York, Bronx, and Richmond Counties in New York City (coterminous with the boroughs of Manhattan, the Bronx, and Staten Island, respectively), as well as Dutchess, Orange, Putnam, Rockland, Sullivan, Ulster, and Westchester counties in New York state. In these ten counties in the state, there are 296 parishes, along with a number of parish missions.[1]

To see churches that have been canonically suppressed, please review the List of closed churches in the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of New York.

Active Churches in the Archdiocese[edit]

Churches in New York City[edit]

This is a list of churches in the boroughs of The Bronx, Manhattan, and Staten Island. The churches in the boroughs of Brooklyn and Queens belong to the Roman Catholic Diocese of Brooklyn.

Churches in the Bronx[edit]

St Athanasius
St Nicholas of Tolentine
St Roch

Churches in Manhattan[edit]

Our Lady of Mt Carmel, East 115th St
St Elizabeth of Hungary
St Monica, E79th St
St. Lucy's Church (Manhattan) Left column top to bottom: East aisle windows and one of two nave skylights; Center from top to bottom: Front (North) Elevation, Interior view from south to north rose window, Interior view of north rose window, and exterior view of front facade cornerstone dated 1914; Right column from top to bottom: West aisle windows and detail of rose window.
Church of the Holy Innocents, 37th St

Churches in Staten Island[edit]

Churches in Dutchess County[edit]

Churches in Orange County[edit]

  • Church of Our Lady of Mount Carmel (Middletown) [11] Archived 19 January 2008 at the Wayback Machine. – Staffed by the Carmelite Fathers.
  • Church of St. Anastasia (Harriman) [12] – Established in 1899.
  • Church of St. Columba (Chester) – Established in 1881; formerly a mission of St. John the Evangelist in Goshen (1875–1881).
  • Church of St. Francis of Assisi (Newburgh) – Established in 1909.
  • Church of St. John the Evangelist (Goshen)[13] – Established in 1849.
  • Church of St. Joseph (Florida) – Established in 1894.
    • Chapel of St. Andrew Bobola (Pellets Island) – Established in 1945.
  • Church of St. Joseph (Middletown) [14] – Established in 1865.
  • Church of St. Mary (Washingtonville) [15]
  • Church of St. Patrick (Highland Mills) [16] – Established in 1957; formerly a mission of St. Anastasia (1902–1957).
  • Church of St. Paul (Bullville) – Staffed by the Carmelite Fathers.
  • Church of St. Stanislaus (Pine Island) – Established in 1924; formerly a mission of St. Joseph in Florida (1912–1924).
  • Church of St. Stephen the Martyr (Warwick) [19] – Established in 1865.
  • Church of the Holy Cross (Middletown) – Established in 1999; formerly a mission of Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church in Middletown (1912–1999).
    • Chapel of Our Lady of the Scapular (Unionville) – Established in 1948; formerly a mission of Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church in Middletown (1948–1999).
  • Church of the Holy Name (Otisville) – Established in 1969.
  • Church of the Holy Rosary (Greenwood Lake) – Established in 1954; formerly a mission of St. Stephen in Warwick (1925–1954).
  • Church of the Immaculate Conception (Port Jervis) – Established in 1851; formerly a mission of St. Patrick in Newburgh (1841–1851).
  • Church of the Most Sacred Heart (Port Jervis) – Administered by Immaculate Conception Church.
  • Church of the Infant Saviour (Pine Bush) – Established in 1951; formerly a mission of Most Precious Blood in Walden.
  • Church of the Most Precious Blood (Walden) [17] – Established in 1893 and suppressed in 1894; reestablished in 1912. Formerly a mission of Holy Name of Mary in Montgomery (1872–1893, 1894–1912).
  • Church of the Sacred Heart (Monroe) [18] – Established in 1957; formerly a mission of St. Columba in Chester (1881–1957).
  • Church of the Sacred Heart (Newburgh) [20]
  • Church of the Sacred Heart of Jesus (Highland Falls) [19] – Established in 1870.
  • Holy Name of Mary and Assumption Church[21] (Montgomery)– Established in 1872; formerly a mission of St. John the Evangelist in Goshen (1868–1872).
    • Church of the Assumption (Maybrook) Merged with HNM 2015.
  • St. Thomas of Canterbury and St. Joseph[22] (Cornwall-on-Hudson) – Established in 1870; formerly a mission of St. Patrick in Newburgh (1856–1870)
    • Church of St. Joseph (New Windsor) – Established in 1962. Merged with St. Thomas 2015.
  • Church of St. Patrick & St. Mary (Newburgh) – Established in 2015.[20]
    • Chapel of Our Lady of the Lake (Orange Lake) – Established in 1937.

Churches in Putnam County[edit]

  • Church of Our Lady of Loretto (Cold Spring) – Established in 1834.
    • Chapel of St. Joseph (Garrison) – Established in 1871.
  • Church of St. James the Apostle (Carmel) [21] – Established in 1909.
    • Chapel of Our Lady of the Lake (Lake Carmel) – Established in 1936; former mission of St. John the Evangelist in Mahopac (1936–1947).
  • Church of St. John the Evangelist (Mahopac) [22] – Established in 1889; formerly a mission of St. Joseph in Croton Falls (1866–1889).
    • Chapel of Our Lady Queen of Angels (Mahopac)
  • Church of St. Lawrence O'Toole (Brewster) [23] – Established in 1877; formerly a mission of St. Joseph in Croton Falls (1871–1877).
  • Church of the Sacred Heart of Jesus (Patterson) [24] – Established in 1957; formerly a mission of St. Lawrence O'Toole in Brewster (1934–1957).

Churches in Rockland County[edit]

  • Church of Our Lady of the Sacred Heart (Tappan) – Established in 1952.
  • Church of St. Aedan (Pearl River) – Established in 1966; formerly a mission of St. Margaret in Pearl River (1965–1966).
  • Church of St. Anthony (Nanuet) – Established in 1904; formerly a mission of St. Paul in Congers (1899–1904).
  • Church of St. Augustine (New City) – Established in 1957; formerly a mission of St. Anthony in Nanuet (1907–1957).
  • Church of St. Boniface (Wesley Hills) – Established in 1966.
  • Church of St. Catherine of Alexandria (Blauvelt) – Established in 1869.
  • Church of St. Francis of Assisi (West Nyack) – Established in 1964.
  • Church of St. Gregory Barbarigo (Garnerville) – Established in 1961.
  • Church of St. Joseph (Spring Valley) – Established in 1893.
  • Church of St. Margaret's (Pearl River, New York) – Established in
  • Church of the Sacred Heart (Suffern) – Established in 1868; formerly known as St. Rose of Lima.
  • Church of St. John (Piermont, New York) – Established in 1852.
  • St. Peter and St. Mary of the Assumption Church (Haverstraw).[23]
  • Parish of St. Joan of Arc and of Our Lady of Mount Carmel (Sloatsburg).
    • Church of Our Lady of Mount Carmel (Tuxedo Park) – Established in 1895. Merged with Joan of Arc 2015.
  • Parish of St. Paul and of St. Ann (Congers) – Established in 2015

Churches in Sullivan County[edit]

  • Church of Our Lady of the Assumption (Bloomingburg) – Staffed by the Carmelite Fathers.
  • Church of St. Aloysius (Livingston Manor) – Established in 1899; mission of St. Peter in Liberty (1896–1899).
    • Chapel of the Gate of Heaven (Roscoe) – Established in 1901.
    • Chapel of the Sacred Heart (DeBruce) – Established in 1906.
  • Church of St. Francis Xavier (Narrowsburg) – Staffed by the Franciscan Friars.
    • Chapel of Our Lady of the Lake (Lake Huntington) – Established in 1919.
  • Church of St. George-St. Francis – Established in 1981; formerly staffed by the Franciscan Friars (1880–2004).
  • Church of St. Francis of Assisi (Youngsville) – Established as a mission of Holy Cross in Callicoon in 1908.
  • Church of St. George (Jeffersonville) – Established as a mission of Holy Cross in Callicoon in 1880.
  • Church of St. Joseph (Wurtsboro) – Established in 1880; mission of St. Andrew in Ellenville (1849–1880).
  • Church of St. Mary (Obernburg) – Established in 1854; staffed by the Franciscan Friars (1895–present).
  • Church of St. Peter Liberty) – Established in 1897; mission of St. Andrew in Ellenville (1872–1899).
  • Church of St. Peter (Monticello) – Established in 1874; mission of St. Andrew in Ellenville (1864–1874).
    • Chapel of St. Anne of the Lake (White Lake) – Established in 1913.
    • Chapel of St. Joseph (Mongaup Valley) – Established in 1899.
  • Church of the Holy Cross (Callicoon) – Established in 1876; staffed by the Franciscan Friars (1895–present).
    • Chapel of St. Patrick (Long Eddy) – Established in 1904.
  • Church of the Immaculate Conception (Woodbourne) – Established in 1957; mission of St. Andrew in Ellenville (1898–1957).
  • Parish of Saint Anthony of Padua and of Saint Thomas Aquinas (Yulan) – Established in 2015; staffed by the Franciscan Friars.
    • Chapel of the Sacred Heart (Pond Eddy)

Churches in Ulster County[edit]

  • Church of Our Lady of Fatima (Plattekill) – Established in 1960; mission of St. Joseph in New Paltz. Formerly staffed by the Theatine Fathers.
  • Church of St. Augustine (Highland) – Formerly a mission of St. James in Milton (1899–??)
  • Church of St. Charles Borromeo (Gardiner) – Established in 1882 and suppressed in 1885; reestablished in 1892 and suppressed in 1929; reestablished in 1976. Formerly a mission of St. James in Milton (1885–1892) and a mission of St. Joseph in New Windsor (1929–1976).
  • Church of St. Francis de Sales (Phoenicia) – Established in 1902; formerly staffed by the La Salette Fathers (1902–2004).
  • Church of St. John (West Hurley) – Established in 1860.
  • Church of St. John the Evangelist (Saugerties) [25]
  • Church of St. Joseph (Kingston)[24] – Established in 1868.
  • Church of St. Joseph (New Paltz) [26] – Established in 1929; formerly a mission of St. Charles Borromeo in Gardiner (1892–1929). Staffed by the Capuchin Friars.
  • Church of St. Mary and St. Andrew (Ellenville) – Established in 1956 from the merger of St. Mary & St. Andrew Churches.
    • Chapel of Our Lady of Lourdes (Kerhonkson) – Established in 1957.
  • Church of St. Peter (Rosendale) – Established in 1860.
    • Chapel of Our Lady Help of Christians (High Falls)
  • Church of the Immaculate Conception (Kingston) – Established in 1896.
  • St. Mary of the Snow - St. Joseph Church (Saugerties, New York) - Established 2015.
  • Parish of St. Catherine Labouré - St. Colman (Lake Katrine)[25]
    • Chapel of St. Anne (Sawkill) – Established in 1905 and suppressed in 1972; formerly a mission of St. Joseph in Kingston.
  • Parish of the Presentation of the Blessed Virgin Mary and of the Sacred Heart (Port Ewen) – Established in 2015; staffed by the Redemptorist Fathers (1913–present).[26]
  • Parish of St. Mary and of Saint James (Marlboro) – Established in 2015; formerly a mission of the Presentation of the B.V.M. in Port Ewen and of St. James in Milton (1867–1900).
    • Chapel of Our Lady of Mercy (Roseton) – Established in 1887; formerly a mission of St. James in Milton (1887–1900).
  • Parish of St. Mary/Holy Name of Jesus and of Saint Peter (Kingston) – Established in 2015.

Churches in Westchester County[edit]

Our Lady of Fatima Church in Yonkers
  • Church of Christ the King (Yonkers) – Established in 1927.
  • Church of Our Lady of Fatima {Portuguese} (Yonkers)
  • Church of Our Lady of Mount Carmel (Elmsford) – Established in 1912.
  • Church of Our Lady of Mount Carmel (Yonkers) – Staffed by the Pallotine Fathers.
  • Church of Our Lady of Shkodra (Hartsdale) – Established in 1999.
  • Church of Our Lady of Sorrows (White Plains)
  • Church of Our Lady of Victory (Mount Vernon) – Established in 1871 and known as St. Jacob Church until 1894. Staffed by the Scalabrinian Fathers since 2002.
    • Church of the Sacred Heart (Mount Vernon) – Established in 1872; formerly a mission of St. Raymond in the Bronx (1849–1872). Formerly named St. Matthew Church (1849–1872).[27]* Church of Our Lady of the Rosary/Holy Rosary (Port Chester) – Staffed by the Salesian Fathers of Don Bosco. Merged with OLV 2015.
  • Church of St. Ann (Ossining)
  • Church of St. Ann (Yonkers) Established in 1929.
St Anthony, Yonkers
  • Church of St. Anthony (Yonkers) – Established in 1923.
  • Church of St. Anthony of Padua (West Harrison) – Formerly a mission of St. John and St. Mary in Chappaqua (1926–1929) and of Our Lady of Sorrows in White Plains (1929–?)
  • Church of St. Augustine (Larchmont) – Established in 1891.
  • Church of St. Augustine (Eagle Park) – Established in 1853.[28]
  • Church of St. Bartholomew (Yonkers) – Staffed by the Missionary Society of St. Paul Fathers.
  • Church of St. Bernard (White Plains)
  • Church of St. Casimir (Yonkers) – Established in 1899; staffed by the Pauline Fathers.
  • Church of St. Columbanus (Cortlandt Manor) – Established in 1950.
  • Chapel of the North American Martyrs (Lake Peekskill) – Established in 1937; formerly a mission of St. Patrick in Yorktown Heights (1937–50)
    St Denis, Yonkers
  • Church of St. Elizabeth Ann Seton (Shrub Oak)
  • Church of St. Eugene (Yonkers) – Established in 1949.
  • Church of St. Francis of Assisi (Mount Kisco) – Established in 1871; formerly a mission of St. Joseph in Croton Falls (1862–1871).[29]
  • Church of St. Gregory the Great (Harrison)
  • Church of St. John and St. Mary (Chappaqua)
  • Church of St. John the Baptist (Yonkers) – Established in 1903.
    • Church of the Most Holy Trinity (Yonkers) – Established in 1894, merged with John the Baptist 2015.
  • Church of St. Joseph (Bronxville) - Established in 1922.
  • Church of St. Joseph (Croton Falls) – Established in 1845.
  • Chapel of St. John (North Salem) – Established in 1916.
  • Chapel of St. Michael the Archangel (Goldens Bridge) – Established in 1896.
  • Church of St. Joseph (Yonkers) – Established in 1871.
  • Church of St. Margaret of Hungary (Yonkers)
  • Church of St. Mary (Mount Vernon) – Established in 1894.
    • Church of Our Lady of Mount Carmel (Mount Vernon) – Established in 1897; formerly staffed by the Franciscan Friars. Merged with St. Mary's 2015.
  • Church of St. Mary of the Assumption (Katonah) – Established in 1908; formerly a mission of St. Joseph in Croton Falls (1889–1908).
  • Chapel of St. Matthias (Bedford Hills)
  • Church of St. Stanislaus Kostka (Hastings-on-Hudson) – Administered by St. Matthew Church since 1986. While still listed on the Archdiocese website as a parish, the church building was closed in 2005 and has since been sold.
  • Church of St. Patrick (Bedford)
  • Church of St. Patrick (Yorktown Heights) – Established in 1898; formerly named St. Peter Church (1898–1933).
  • Church of St. Patrick (Armonk) – Established in 1966; formerly a mission of St. John & St. Mary in Chappaqua (1924–1966).
  • Church of St. Paul the Apostle (Yonkers) – Established in 1923.
  • Church of St. Peter (Yonkers) – Established in 1894.
    • Church of St. Denis (Yonkers, New York) - merged with St. Peter's 2015.
  • Church of St. Pius X (Scarsdale) – Established in 1954.
  • Church of St. Teresa of Avila (Sleepy Hollow) – Established in 1853.
  • Church of the Holy Cross (Sleepy Hollow) – Established in 1922; formerly a mission of Most Holy Trinity in Yonkers (1910–1922). Administered by St. Teresa of Avila Church.
  • Church of St. Theresa, the Little Flower (Briarcliff Manor) – Established in 1926.
  • Chapel of Our Lady of the Wayside (Millwood) – Established in 1924; formerly a mission of St. John & St. Mary in Chappaqua (1924–1926).
  • St. Vito and Most Holy Trinity Church (Mamaroneck, New York) – Established in 2015.
  • Church of Sts. John and Paul (Larchmont) – Established in 1949.
  • Church of Sts. Peter and Paul (Mount Vernon) – Established in 1929.
    • Church of St. Ursula (Mount Vernon, New York) - Merged with SS Peter and Paul 2015.
  • Church of the Assumption (Peekskill) – Established in 1859. [27]
  • Church of the Blessed Sacrament (New Rochelle) – Established in 1848 as a mission; 1853 as a parish. Formerly named St. Matthew Church (1848–1875) and located on Drake's Lane.
  • Church of the Holy Family (New Rochelle)
  • Church of the Holy Innocents (Pleasantville) – Established in 1894; staffed by the Dominican Fathers (1897–present).
  • Chapel of Our Lady of Pompeii (Pleasantville) – Established in 1918.
  • Church of the Holy Name of Jesus (New Rochelle)
  • Church of the Holy Name of Jesus (Valhalla) – Established in 1896; formerly staffed by the Dominican Fathers (1896–1998).
  • Church of the Holy Name of Mary (Croton-on-Hudson) – Established in 1877.
  • Chapel of the Good Shepherd (Croton-on-Hudson) – Mission established in 1929.
  • Church of the Holy Rosary (Hawthorne)
  • Church of the Holy Spirit (Cortlandt Manor)
  • Church of the Immaculate Conception (Irvington) – Established in 1873.
  • Church of the Immaculate Conception (Sleepy Hollow)
Sacred Heart, Dobbs Ferry


†.^ Parish practices the Extraordinary Form

List of Eastern-Rite Churches in the Archdiocese[edit]

Churches in New York City[edit]

Churches in the Bronx[edit]

  • Ukrainian Church of St. Mary Protectress (1745 Washington Ave.) – Established in 1943.
  • St. Thomas Syro Malabar Catholic Church (Bronx, NY) - Established in 2002

Churches in Manhattan[edit]

  • Russian Church of St. Michael (266 Mulberry Street) - Established in 1936.[34]
  • Ruthenian Church of St. Mary (246 E. 15th St.) – Established in 1912.[35][36]
  • Ukrainian Church of St. George (E. 7th St.) – Established in 1905.

Churches in Staten Island[edit]

  • Ukrainian Church of the Holy Trinity (288 Vanderbilt Ave.) – Established in 1949.

Churches in Orange County[edit]

  • Ukrainian Church of St. Andrew (Hamptonburgh) – Established in 1983.

Churches in Rockland County[edit]

  • Ukrainian Church of Sts. Peter & Paul (Spring Valley) – Established in 1913.

Churches in Sullivan County[edit]

St. Volodymyr Ukrainian Greek-Catholic Church, Glen Spey, NY
  • Ukrainian Church of St. Volodymyr (Glen Spey) – Established in 1961.

Churches in Ulster County[edit]

  • Ukrainian Church of the Holy Trinity (Kerhonkson) – Established in 1965.

Churches in Westchester County[edit]

  • Ruthenian Church of St. Nicholas of Myra (Yonkers) – Established in 1891.
  • Ukrainian Church of St. Michael (Yonkers) – Established in 1898.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ https://www.nytimes.com/2015/05/09/nyregion/new-york-archdiocese-will-close-7-more-churches.html
  2. ^ The Franciscan Friars administered the parish for nearly 90 years, but withdrew from the parish in 2008 and were replaced by archdiocesan clergy.
  3. ^ The Catholic Churches of Wakefield (Bronx, New York)
  4. ^ "2 former churches deconsecrated by Archdiocese of NY", News12, August 4, 2017
  5. ^ Timothy Cardinal Dolan. "Decree on the Relegation of the Church of Saint Joseph, South Bronx, New York", Archdiocese of New York, November 30, 2017
  6. ^ "Archdiocese of New York" (projects), Zubatkin
  7. ^ THE CHURCH OF ST. FRANCIS XAVIER
  8. ^ http://washingtonsquarecatholic.org/pastoral-staff
  9. ^ St Michael, Manhattan
  10. ^ Timothy Cardinal Dolan. "Decree on the Merger of the Territorial Parish of St. John the Evangelist, New York, NY and the Personal Parish of Our Lady of Peace, New York, NY", April 29, 2016
  11. ^ a b De Rosa, Nicole. "Staten Island parishes say goodbye to their church", Staten Island Live, August 3, 2015
  12. ^ "Changes to Church Worship Sites", Catholic New York, December 7, 2017, p.13
  13. ^ Timothy Cardinal Dolan. "Decree on the Merger of the Personal Parish of St. Joseph, Staten Island, NY and the Territorial Parishes of Immaculate Conception, Staten Island, NY and St. Mary, Staten Island, NY., November 2, 2014
  14. ^ Timothy Cardinal Dolan. "Decree on the relegation of the Chapel of St. Patrick, Millerton, New York, November 30, 2017
  15. ^ http://www.saintmaryschurch-fishkill.org/home.htm Archived 11 December 2007 at the Wayback Machine.
  16. ^ http://catholic-church.org/saintmarys/
  17. ^ The Parish of Good Shepherd & St. Joseph
  18. ^ Parish of St. Christopher and St. Sylvia
  19. ^ http://www.warwickinfo.net/ststephen
  20. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2010-01-30. Retrieved 2009-11-02. 
  21. ^ Holy Name of Mary and Assumption Church
  22. ^ St. Thomas of Canterbury and St. Joseph
  23. ^ St. Peter and St. Mary of the Assumption Church
  24. ^ http://home.earthlink.net/~sjcbulletin/index.html
  25. ^ Timothy Cardinal Dolan. "Decree on the Merger of the Parish of Saint Catherine Laboure, Lake Katrine, NY and the Parish of Saint Colman, East Kingston, NY", November 2, 2014
  26. ^ Timothy Cardinal Dolan. "Decree on the Merger of the Parish of the Presentation of the blessed Virgin Mary, Port Ewen, NY and the Parish of the Sacred Heart, Esopus, NY", November 2, 2014
  27. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2012-09-05. Retrieved 2009-11-01. 
  28. ^ http://www.st-augustine-church.org/default.asp Archived February 28, 2009, at the Wayback Machine.
  29. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2010-01-25. Retrieved 2009-11-01. 
  30. ^ Church of St. Christopher and oSt. Patrick
  31. ^ OLP & St. Catherine
  32. ^ Parish of Immaculate Conception and of Assumption
  33. ^ Parish of Annunciation and of Our Lady of Fatima
  34. ^ "A Short History of St. Michael's Russian Catholic Church". Saint Michael Chapel Association. Retrieved 3 September 2015. 
  35. ^ Remigius Lafort, S.T.D., Censor, The Catholic Church in the United States of America: Undertaken to Celebrate the Golden Jubilee of His Holiness, Pope Pius X. Volume 3: The Province of Baltimore and the Province of New York, Section 1: Comprising the Archdiocese of New York and the Diocese of Brooklyn, Buffalo and Ogdensburg Together with some Supplementary Articles on Religious Communities of Women.. (New York City: The Catholic Editing Company, 1914), p.347.
  36. ^ Alejandro Bahamón and Àgata Losantos, New York: A Historical Atlas of Architecture (New York: Black Dog and Leventhal Publishers, Inc., 2007), p.100.

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