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St. Patrick Cathedral, Fort Worth

#5 of 11 in Historic Sites in Fort Worth
Religious Site · Hidden Gem · Architectural Building
St. Patrick Cathedral is the cathedral of the Catholic Church located in Fort Worth, Texas, United States. It is a parish of the Diocese of Fort Worth and the seat of its bishop. Construction of St. Patrick's church began in 1888, and it was dedicated in 1892. It is listed along with nearby parish facilities on the National Register of Historic Places as the St. Patrick Cathedral Complex with the church building, the rectory, and St. Ignatius Academy regarded as contributing properties. The church and academy buildings are each recognized as Recorded Texas Historic Landmarks.

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  • My cousin got married here in April and it was such a lovely service. This historic Catholic church has the most beautiful architecture and lovely stained glass windows. There was plenty of room to....  more »
  • We always attend Mass when we travel. A Cathedral is always a bonus and it was by our hotel. The Blessed Mother with lighting above Her head is the most outstanding view of our Blessed Mother...  more »
  • A beautiful place to relax and meditate in the presence of Our Lord Jesus Christ. When in downtown, I will usually attend rosary at 11:30 am followed by mass at noon. After mass, the cathedral remains quiet and one can reflect more closely on God's presence and fill one's soul with the Holy Spirit and come out with a better perspective in life.
  • Im not particularly religious at all i dont go to churches to worship. However this church is an old fashioned style ans its open to the public even if ther are no sermons. A wonderful place to be alone and meditate in peace. So quiet you could hear a sowing needle hit the floor. The vibe you get inside instantly makes you feel at peace. One of the oldest churches in fort worth

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