Church of Our Saviour, Manhattan

Church of Our Saviour, Manhattan. Image 1: Photo by Steven E. Lawson

The Roman Catholic Church of Our Saviour was established in 1955, making it one of the youngest parishes in Manhattan. Its striking Romanesque edifice on Park Avenue, designed by Paul W. Reilly and built in 1959, is also one of the newer Roman Catholic church buildings. The church is notable for its many carvings and statuary, the creations of Henry J. Pizzutello, who led the largest church stone-carving project in New York City since St. Bartholomew's Church was built.

based on NYC AGO page
Contact info:
59 Park Ave,
New York, NY 10016-3006