Visited on sunday to attend a weekly mass with my friend. The environment around the cathedral and the park are cozy. The distance to many restaurant and its locations in downtown also make this Cathedral has a good mark.
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It was great that there were several priests hearing confessions over the lunch hour and that they were available in several languages. The Church itself was also very beautiful and refreshing after having visited the cathedral in Calgary a few days before which was not...More
Cathedral is just average considering the size of the city. Went there for Sunday mass and the service and sermon where also average. OK place but not a special place to visit except if you are in the area and want to attend a service
A slice of European Church architecture surrounded by high rises. Very beautiful church and peaceful in a nice way.
I went to attend Sunday mass in this church and found it beautiful inside and outside. Clean lines exuding strength and beauty in its simplicity. There were plenty of stained glass windows to add color inside the church.
This cathedral is beautiful and an interesting example of architecture in Vancouver. Parking is very limited and it is a functioning church so be sure to check the schedule when you want to visit.
I am not of the Catholic Faith , but , I always feel , that I am in The Presents of " God " when I attend Sunday , 9:30 a . m . Mass . A sense of calmness and humility seems overtake me...More
Holy Rosary Cathedral is a beautiful building in the heart of Vancouver. The priests celebrate mass 3 times on weekdays and 8 times on the weekend. The congregation is large, active and diverse. Beautiful music is part of all the religious celebrations led by the...More
I went here, expecting something grand, as befits a major city. Instead, I found a rather simple building, compared to other cathedrals I've visited worldwide. The sandstone exterior features late 19th-century French Gothic Revival. Focal points are two asymmetric bell towers, which I found to...More