Church of the Most Precious Blood

113 Baxter Street
New York

Church of the Most Precious Blood



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Built in 1892. Famous for its long-running San Gennaro Festival. The festival begins at the church honoring San Gennaro. What is not as commonly known is that it is also a celebration of Janarius, patron saint of Naples, who is credited with protecting the Neapolitans from the plague of 1947 and eruptions of Mt. Vesuvius.


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