This is a beautiful church but the parking is somewhat limited. It is just west of downtown Spokane.
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We were staying at the Spokane Club and decided to drop into the 11:00 mass before leaving town. I sat in the back row (I'm neither Catholic not christian). I overheard the priest say to the alter boy "make sure you wait until the song is over before you approach the altar because I love this song." At first I... More
I'm not Catholic, or even ANY religion for that matter, but there is something very soothing about the sacred space and beautiful architecture of old churches. We visited three while in Spokane (Presbyterian, Cathedral of Our Lady of Lourdes and Cathedral of St. John the Evangelist). When we were visiting with the groundsman at the Presbyterian church, he told us... More
This is a beautiful old Cathedral. They offer an early morning service which is short and sweet in a beautiful old church. It gives you some quiet time to realize how grateful we all should be.
it says that it's open but when we went it was closed due to Easter holiday mass luckily the business manager was leaving the church and was able to tell us the secret way to get in we had to be very quiet because they were prepping for Easter Mass but the site takes your breath away the church inside... More
it's open, the Priest is willing to walk you through it! Glorious I felt as if God himself painted the lovely stained glass. It is a reflection to God and the statue of Jesus is amazing!
This is a lovely cathedral, except for the inexplicable and horrible interior changes from the 1970s. Among other things, the acres of bright blue indoor/outdoor carpet and an enormous, concrete Greek cross looming over the interior defy description they are so ugly. However, the stained glass windows alone are worth the visit. The good news is that the 70s changes... More
This is a beautiful cathedral with stained glass that is worth going just to see and admire. I'm not an expert on architecture but I think this is one of Spokane's more interesting buildings.
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