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    /slideshows/homeLarge/inside_church1.jpg The Beautiful Church of St Monica St Monica's Altar _blank
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    /slideshows/homeLarge/DSCN4711.jpg St Monica's Family Mass
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    /slideshows/homeLarge/ST%20MONICA.jpg EASTER 2018
    /slideshows/homeLarge/childrerns%20choir.jpg Coming Soon- St Monica's Childrens Choir
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    The Roman Catholic Parish of

    St. Monica, St. Elizabeth of Hungary and St. Stephen of Hungary

    PARISH OFFICES
    406 East 80th Street  New York, NY 10075
    Church of St Monica
    413 East 79th Street New York, NY 10075

    Our parish opens its doors to welcome and embrace all in our community. We strive through worship, hospitality and service to receive those seeking a spiritual home. In the midst of diversity of thought, life style, nationality, economic status and age, we endeavor to live as a community of faith and invite you to join our family -
    a family seeking to know and love
    Jesus Christ.

     

     

  • Welcome to The Church of  St Monica / St Elizabeth of Hungary / St Stephen of Hungary 

                                          

    Saint Monicas' Roman Catholic Church, and the parish of St Monica- St Elizabeth of Hungary-St Stephen of Hungary, located at 413 East 79th Street between First and York Avenues, was established as a parish of the Archdiocese of New York in June of 1879, becoming the Fourth Catholic parish for the Upper East Side. Over the past 136 years, the Church of St Monica has been honored to be of service to an ever changing evolving community that serves all walks of life. Please take the time to explore our website and find out how St Monicas' can continues its mission of serving New York Catholics. We have recently merged with the parishes of St Stephen of Hungary and St Elizabeth of Hungary to create a strong united parish to support our Yorkville neighborhood. We invite all to visit and prayer with us, as "ALL ARE WELCOME"

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