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St Paul Cathedral, Pittsburgh

#8 of 13 in Historic Sites in Pittsburgh
Church · Hidden Gem · Tourist Spot
St Paul's Cathedral is a cathedral in London, England.

St. Paul's Cathedral or the Cathedral of Saint Paul or the Cathedral Church of Saint Paul or other variations of the name may also refer to:

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  • Attended for Sunday service in the morning then drove for 4 minutes to the Carnegie museums for the afternoon. Everyone has to wear a mask and parishioners are separated to ensure distancing. Very.....  more »
  • I was on a self-guided walking tour of all the beautiful buildings near U Pitt and wandered over to see St. Paul's Cathedral. There was a wedding going on so I didn't go inside but the exterior is...  more »
  • Historic Cathedral for the Roman Catholic Dioceses of Pittsburgh. Very picturesque inside & out. Very talented organist. Mass is attended by the local academic community & surrounding neighborhoods. There is also a lively young adult community. Confession is great on the weekends especially. Low lines, understanding & thoughtful Priests. The Cathedral has wheelchair access & parking. Limited parking lot on site. Streets are available for parking. Sunday you can park for free & weekdays after 6PM. Sometimes the Oakland Catholic girls High school lot is available for parking during special occasions. (not all the time) There are restrooms with diaper stations (open only During services) There is a water cooler. During summer there is air conditioning. Note there is a standard fare of panhandlers after masses.
  • The most beautiful Catholic Church in Allegheny County. Everyone, regardless of denomination, should visit here at least once. In addition, it is highly recommended to visit during a mass when Bishop Zubik himself is presiding. His homilies are very inspiring, and his message is entertaining, tangible, and applicable to our daily lives. He is a truly caring individual who has obviously been called by God to do his work by offering a life of service to us all. We are lucky and blessed to have him working in and for our diocese.

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