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A 15-minute walk from its Anglican counterpart along Hope Street, 1960s' "futurism" best describes the exterior of what's locally know as "Paddy's Wigwam." The huge interiors illuminated by natural light through the exquisite stained glass is worth...more
All reviews stained glass paddy's wigwam modern architecture lutyens crypt side chapels well worth a visit crown of thorns hope street sunny day beautiful building awe inspiring worship mass circular anglican tapestries prayer
I love this place; I am not a catholic but the architecture is simply stunning both outdoors and in. Built in the 1960s the locals affectionately refer to this as "Paddy's Wigwam" :). The Catholic and Anglican cathedrals lie at each end of - appropriately...More
Take the yellow tour bus and get of at this stop. Its an amazing cathedral and its hard to believe its 51 yrs old as it has a very modern look. Speak to one of the guides there it was very interesting.
It's incredible how Liverpool has two such contrasting cathedrals as these - both connected by a street named Hope - how perfect! The most amazing thing is that this one was built in only 5 years, as opposed to the anglican which took over 70...More