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The Cathedral of Saint Paul is a Roman Catholic cathedral in the city of Saint Paul, Minnesota. It is the co-cathedral of the Archdiocese of Saint Paul and Minneapolis, along with the Basilica of Saint Mary in Minneapolis.
The Cathedral of Saint Paul is now a civic landmark and the mother church of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Paul and Minneapolis. Approximately 1,000 households name the Cathedral as their home parish. One of the finest examples of Beaux Arts architecture, the Cathedral was designed by E. L. Masqueray. The cornerstone was laid on June 2, 1907.
On Memorial Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day, and when Independence Day falls on a weekday, the Cathedral celebrates one Mass at 9:00 a.m. Cathedral of Saint Paul 239 Selby Avenue, Saint Paul, MN 55102
The Cathedral of Saint Paul is now formally recognized as an "edifice of merit," worthy of assuming its place among the premier houses of worship in America. To explore and learn more about the Cathedral Museum and Archives, please visit the Museum and Archives page .
The Cathedral is recognized as an historical landmark, one of the most prominent buildings in Minnesota, and as a center of spiritual worship. Guided Tours Be inspired by our Docent Highlights Tours, which occur at 1:00 p.m., Tuesdays through Fridays (except holy days, civil holidays, and during scheduled liturgical events).
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The massive granite cathedral at the foot of Summit and Selby Avenues is the fourth in the history of the archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis. The first was Father Lucien Galtier’s log-cabin Chapel of St. Paul, elevated to the status of cathedral with the 1851 arrival of Bishop Joseph Cretin.
Overview. Each year, the Cathedral of Saint Paul welcomes thousands of visitors from all over the world. The Cathedral is recognized as an historical landmark, one of the most prominent buildings in Minnesota, and as a center of spiritual worship.