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The Cathedral of St.Paul is definitely worth a stop. One can go in the cathedral when it is open regardless of mass schedule or events such as weddings taking place. You can roam around and admire the gorgeous architecture and sculptures or sit in silence...More
Have made this an ongoing must see for my grandchildren. I use it as a way to introduce them to the great European cathedrals I wish to show them someday. The medieval mind of showing the scriptures in pictures for an illiterate public helps them...More
It was a frigid and blustery day, and stepping inside this gorgeous cathedral was the perfect solution. The artwork and stained glass are simply stunning and the historical information about the cathedral was fascinating. Definitely worth a visit!
I am very fortunate to live in the Cathedral Hill community. It is a landmark
of Saint Paul, MN and it brings in wonderful visitors all year long. Imagine
walking inside and looking up to a majestic vision of beauty. They have
tours available so...More
Even this 7th gen Southern Baptist woman loved this service—and the space itself is unbelievably fabulous. My five successive generations of Baptist church-building Missionary Baptist preachers would have been awed—(but not envious, of course—but they’d understand I was and you will be)
We love the Cathedral. My husband was baptized there. His grandparents were the first couple married there. The recent renovation was wonderful. We attended a performance of Bach’s St. John Passion before Christmas. It was a top notch performance, but the acoustics in the Cathedral...More
Can't accurately answer but reckon if you contact the Archdiocese Office (Google it) they would be able to assist or advise you. Failing that contact the Local tourist office ? Just make sure you don't miss it... More
Can't accurately answer but reckon if you contact the Archdiocese Office (Google it) they would be able to assist or advise you. Failing that contact the Local tourist office ? Just make sure you don't miss it , my photos don't do it full justice, Enjoy,