The Cathedral Of The Immaculate Conception, Portland

#5 of 6 in Historic Sites in Portland
Church · Hidden Gem · Tourist Spot
The Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception is an historic cathedral at 307 Congress Streets in Portland, Maine that serves as seat of the Diocese of Portland. The pastor is Bishop Robert Deeley, and the rector is Father Gregory Dube. The church, an imposing Gothic Revival structure built in 1866–69, was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1985. It is the tallest building in Portland and the second tallest in Maine.

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  • What a beautiful historical Cathedral worthy of European architecture. The priest and service were outstanding and very spiritual this beautiful building. If you are ever in Portland it is worth...  more »
  • Went here for the Christmas Eve and Children's pageant service. Beautiful music and service. Nice to remember our dear savior's birth with other believers.  more »
  • Wednesday evening vesper bells. Wafts of Frankincense drew me into chapel for beautiful closing of meditation w/Monstrance. A simple, short & beautiful experience.
  • Beautiful, historic building. Italian marble statues. Magnificent stained glass windows. Nice priest and congregation

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