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An architectural masterpiece! The light pouring in through the stained glass windows, the magnificent flying buttress ceiling, red carpet and wooden pews, all make for a dignified and beautiful place of worship.
I stopped in to this cathedral while walking down Blanshard Street on my way to the Royal BC museum. I think it was about 2:30 PM, but there was a lady up front giving the Hail Mary's and there were at least 10 people sitting...More
This is a tall, somewhat modern-looking Catholic cathedral that very much reminded me of the church of Our Lady of Guadalupe in Dallas, TX. I'm a big fan of Saint Andrew's, so I paid this one a visit. Come here to meditate in silence, to...More
We checked the times for service before going, an we arrived an hour earlier before Mass. They started service 30 minutes before the time, and we felt it was inappropriate to continue taking pictures. You also have to pay $2.00 for the Brief History and...More
TripAdvisor has a lot of churches listed for Victoria. This one is not only close to downtown and the inner harbour, but was open. This allowed me to marvel at the stained glass, columns and arches in the interior, as well as enjoy the exterior.
I have been a parishioner here for the past 20 years. The Sunday 11.00AM Mass is a most beautiful service, lovely traditional music and the Celebrant is the Rector, Fr. John. He has a beautiful voice, perfect pitch, and gives excellent homilies(sermons). A very warm...More
We attended 2 masses there. Palm Sunday and Good Friday. The Cathedral is so beautiful, the must see stained glass windows. The choir is outstanding, a person might think they are at the Opera instead of being at mass. Another must see in Victoria