Cathedral of the Incarnation has been the setting for splendid weddings since 1885, and their hope is that you will choose it as the location for one of the most joyous and sacred days of your life. Affectionately referred to by Long Islanders simply as "the cathedral," the Cathedral of the Incarnation is the mother church of the Diocese of Long Island. It is the seat of the Bishop and home to a lively Christian community. The Cathedral of the Incarnation was designed to emulate the Gothic style of architecture found throughout many European churches. In buildings of this style, the eye is always pointed upward to heaven. The grandeur and height of the building is further intensified by the profusion of light bursting through the stained glass. The cathedral's ornately decorated spire rises to a height of over 200 feet, topping the impressive building made from imposing blocks of brown sandstone. The interior decor features opulent ceiling vaulting which has been recently gilded. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places since 1978, this stunning location is ideal for your wedding day.
Pre-marital counseling with Priest is required for all sacraments of matrimony, please inquire with venue for details.
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