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I know it is hard to believe but if you want to visit this church, there is no entrance ticket to purchase. The church is not that far from Gu Gong. It takes around 15 minutes on foot as long as you hit the right...More
Visited there after the snow in Dec 2014, very good catholic church, similar to that of Harbin on Da Zhi Jie! I liked the design, gray but classic, like the St. Joseph's in Beijing. You can find some shops around the church
.This gothic cathedral was my first encounter with Christianity in Northeast China. Locals called this ,Jilin Nanguan Catholic Church .The Sacred Heart Cathedral was built by French Franciscans in 1861.They operated a nursery and missionary school from here. It was also the beacon church for...More
This is a working Catholic Church. It isn't far from the Imperial Palace and looks great in the snow. We didn't go inside, but there was quite a crowd. It isn't far from a local market street, so you are right in the heart of...More
This is a nice catholic church in Shenyang. Also the shop next to the church has nice items to buy.
Only I don`t like so much is that the english speaking mess every sunday is in a very small area next to the church. Because...More
Sacred Heart is a beautiful Chinese (formerly Roman) Catholic cathedral in central Shenyang. Built in a beautiful traditional European style, it is the seat of the Chinese Catholic Diocese of Shenyang and has an active cycle of services.
If you are looking for a catholic church in Shenyang then go hear they have Chinese and English service. The English service is in the same courtyard as the big church but off to the left in small side building. Nice to see a real...More
I visited the church on Good Friday looking for a service, but there did not seem to be one, strangely. I noted the weekend schedule on teh board and came back for the 9 am Mass, the middle one of the 3 scheduled. Twenty minutes...More