Wednesday, September 30, 2009
The city of Philadelphia has several building with great architecture. The Art Museum, Eastern State Penitentiary, The Second Bank of the United States is just some of the famous buildings in the city. The city is also known for its numerous churches.
Saint Martin of Tours is one of the biggest churches in Northeast Philadelphia. Located at one of the busiest intersections on Roosevelt Boulevard, it is very hard to miss. The church is one of the biggest buildings in the Northeast. The church is Roman Catholic and named after the son of a soldier in the Hungarian Army. He was born in the year 316. They’re several churches of the same name throughout Pennsylvania.
Today the church is home to numerous masses throughout the week. The church is also adjacent to an Elementary school of the same name. In April, Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter visited the church. The Monsignor of the church Edward Deliman has in own blog and updates it every week with news and thoughts on current events.
Sean Supplee and Christeen VilbrunGroup 20, Northeast Magazine
Posted by Sean Supplee at 8:20 AM