St. Veronica's Church or The Church of St. Veronica is a Roman Catholic parish church in the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of New York, located at 153 Christopher Street between Greenwich and Washington Streets in the West Village area of the Greenwich Village neighborhood of Manhattan, New York City. The parish was established in 1887, and the church was built between 1890 and 1903. It is locate within the New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission's Greenwich Village Historic District Extension I, which was designated in 2006.
The site for the present church was purchased in 1888 for $69,500, but the cornerstone was not laid until March 1890. The basement was completed by that October and was used for services until the parish could raise sufficient funds to start up construction again in 1902; the church, which was designed by John J. Deery in Victorian Gothic Revival style, was completed in 1903. The Rev. Daniel McCormick, rector from 1893 to 1904, built a rectory from 1893–1894, and acquired the old St. Joseph's School at 112-116 Leroy Street in 1897.
Upon the church's completion, the Rev. Joseph F. Flannelly built a new school at the southwest corner of Barrow and Washington Streets in 1905. The four-story over basement brick and stone parochial school was built to designs by William K. Benedict at a cost of $90,000 In 1914, the school was run by the Christian Brothers, the Sisters of Charity, and 21 lay teachers, and had 1,400 pupils.