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Corpus Christi Church

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529 W 121st St between Broadway and Amsterdam avenues, New York City, NY 10027-5996
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116th St – Columbia UniversityNew York City Subway6 min
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Thomas Quinlan wrote a review Apr 2016
London, United Kingdom170 contributions32 helpful votes
A historic church, the place of baptism for Thomas Merton and Terence Cardinal Cooke, Corpus Christi is a great church. Fr. O'Reilly is a wonderful priest, knowledgable and giving. Recommended for those near Columbia and on the upper west side.
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Date of experience: March 2016
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Charming_Karl wrote a review Apr 2013
Charleston, South Carolina1,456 contributions711 helpful votes
I have never attended a mass at Corpus Christi. I have, instead, known it is as the decades-long home to the best Early Music series probably anywhere, Music Before 1800. The main reason for this series success is probably its director, Louise Basbas. However, the sanctuary is a perfect setting for small ensemble performances, both acoustically and in terms of the beauty of the sanctuary. For some context, Corpus Christi is actually just north of Columbia University campus, and down the street from Union Theological Seminary and Riverside Church. So if you do happen to be coming to Corpus Christi for a performance, I would suggest coming out early to have a chance to see Columbia's campus, Union Theological and Riverside Church (and even Grant's Tomb).
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Date of experience: May 2012
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crechelady wrote a review Nov 2007
NY>NY1 contribution2 helpful votes
We recently moved back to NY, this time to the upper west side of Manhattan. Of all the positive attributes of the area, the absolute jewel in the crown is Corpus Christi Church. The music, choir and choir director are magnificent. The church and its art are architectural and aesthetic gems. The liturgy is reverent and accessible. The homilies are intelligent. The parisioners are diverse and welcoming. And the history of the church, its clergy and those it served is awe inspiring.
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