One of the best places was Café Beignet. The coffee was excellent, and the beignet was tasty. The young man who was taking care of the business says the beignet flour comes all the way from Louisiana, and the place is all decked out in a Marde Gras theme.
St. Peter's has the domes on it, and is located down town on Wyoming Ave.; it is registered in the National Register of Historic Places.
St. Peter's was built in 1867, and has been remodeled and fancied up since then. The beautiful stained glass windows were one of the later changes.
Red Cross is right near the Presbyterian Church, and they have a nice looking place.
This is the only Jewish house of worship that I saw. The stone on the outside is colorful and very unusual. Temple Israel.
Temple Israel is the only conservative Jewish congregation in Lackawanna County, Pennsylvania.
It also has its own cemetery.
Smurfit Art Center, part of the University of Scranton, is under some sort of construction. The center was named after Michael W.J. Smurfit (from Ireland). Smurfit either bought the building or contributed toward buying the church for $125,000. His sons, Anthony and Michael attended the University of Scranton.
Smurfit Art Center was formerly the John Raymond Memorial Church, and is now class rooms for the University of Scranton. The U of Scranton was founded in 1888, and is a Catholic and Jesuit university.
This is a better view of the gargoyle.
The Saint Francis Xavier Student Center.
View of the back of the Prep School. There are over 800 students who attend classes here.
St. Nicholas Orthodox Church
It seems that most of the Orthodox churches have gold domes. St. Nicholas is an example.
Nativity of Our Lord Church is a Catholic Church
More houses in the college area of town.