Co-Cathedral of the Sacred Heart, Houston

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#11 of 15 in Historic Sites in Houston
Church · Hidden Gem · Religious Site
The Co-Cathedral of the Sacred Heart is a place of worship located at 1111 St. Joseph Parkway in downtown Houston. The co-cathedral seats 1,820 people in its 32,000-square-foot (3,000 m2) sanctuary. Together with the venerable St. Mary's Cathedral Basilica in Galveston, Sacred Heart serves more than 1.2 million Roman Catholics in the Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston.
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  • Massive cathedral, foot print is a cross. Beautiful inside. Alter, pews, baptismal fountain. Gorgeous organ and choir loft. Stained glass and statutes of Holy family and Saints add to the...  more »
  • One should go and see the vibrant colours and designs in the stained glass windows in this cathedral as they are well worth a close inspection  more »
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  • This church makes me feel it is an honor onto itself and not God's holy house. See the Church of the Annunciation. 150 years old versus 10. The priest at Co-cathedral are great.
  • A wonderfully blessed place of meditation. One's spirit is naturally lifted there. Attended the holy Mass and was blessed with the viewing of the Blessed Sacrement. It made my day. Thank you .

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