Cathedral Of All Souls, Asheville

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The Cathedral of All Souls, also referred to as All Souls Cathedral, is an Episcopal cathedral located in Asheville, North Carolina, United States of America. All Souls was built by George Washington Vanderbilt II, the grandson of the famous railroad baron, Cornelius Vanderbilt, in 1896, to serve as the local parish church for Biltmore Village, which had been developed near his Biltmore Estate. The Right Reverend José Antonio McLoughlin is the current bishop seated at the cathedral.

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  • The Cathedral of All Souls is an Episcopal cathedral designed by Biltmore Estate architect, Richard Morris Hunt as commissioned by George Washington Vanderbilt II. From the distance we noticed the...  more »
  • People are kind and the services are loving, caring and knowledgeable. I hope at some point in time to join this church. The church is beautiful.  more »
  • A beautiful, historical, reverent place. The guide was full of knowledge about every area of discussions and questions. A walk around the back revealed a lovely little garden. The stained glass was beautiful. If you love history, you'll love this.
  • Attended wedding of Heather and Edward. A beautiful service by Father Todd Donatello. Happy memories to hold!

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