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Cathedral of St. John the Divine

Cathedral of Saint John the Divine

1047 Amsterdam Avenue, NYC

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The cathedral of the Episcopal Diocese of New york, St. John the Divine (officially Cathedral Church of Saint John: The great Divine in the City and Diocese of New York) is the fourth largest Christian church in the world, covering 121,000 square feet and measuring 600 feet in length.  Begun by Henry Codman Potter in 1887 and unfinished to this day, St. John has served as the artistic, intellectual, and moral center of New York City for many decades.  Open daily for services and host to frequent music and lecture events.


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