St. Patrick's Cathedral
From the New York Post:
If cleanliness is next to godliness, Saint Patrick's Cathedral just scored some points with the big man upstairs.
The venerable house of worship unveiled a brighter new pressure-washed Fifth Avenue facade on Friday -- tearing down the scaffolding that masked it for more than two years.
Ignored by the New York Health Department and the New York archdiocese, David Johnson wrote to Francis to make a case for public facilities at the cathedral.
According to the New York Post:
His prayer for relief fell on deaf ears.
A frail worshipper found out the hard way that St. Patrick's Cathedral, unlike other landmark city churches, synagogues and mosques -- and even St. Peter's Basilica in Rome -- has no restrooms open to its faithful.