This blog comprises a 2 1/2 year journey where I visited each of the 96 Roman Catholic churches of Manhattan for a single Mass each. I have taken photos, gathered church contact info, collected Mass, confession, and prayer times. Oh, and written some thoughts down that were going through my head at the time. Here are those journeys and that info for you, the casual church goer, devout Catholic, pilgrim, atheist, priest, nun, drunk, coward, hero or whatever you may be to use for the benefit of also finding and discovering these very holy places, these houses of God, these Catholic churches of Manhattan...
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A note from the author.
Sunday, April 24, 2016
Monday, March 7, 2016
There is a new Mass Schedule app out there (created in 2014) that is slowly building a database of every Catholic church in the world and they need your help! The developers of Horarios de Misa have built in an interface where users can upload churches not currently in the database and add Mass times as well as confession times. This seems like a very useful tool and one that I certainly could have used 10 years ago when I was beginning my journey with this blog.
The app is called Horarios de Misa (or Mass Schedule in English) and has thus far focused on churches in Latin America. But it now seems that they are growing their database to include North America and points beyond. The app can be downloaded from the Apple Store here, or from Google Play here.
So, go download it and see if your neighborhood churches are on it and find out when your local Mass times are. Don't see your church? Then go ahead and add it and add your parish details including Mass and confession times, as well as the church contact info.