Seeing this great man like John Paul, what can I see more? This is the city center, where masses and gatherings are available. I was lucky to park when I arrived. I planned to come early to avoid parking charges during prime time.
St. Mary’s Cathedral is the most famous church in Phoenix. Although we are not believers, judging from the environment inside, it should be a Catholic church. The church is very beautiful, it is the weekend and the weather is very good. There are many worshippers.
St. Mary’s Cathedral is also a very historic building. This church is also the largest local church in Phoenix. Many locals worship here. There are also many colorful large glasses in the church.
I went there on Sunday morning, and it happened to be the Sunday Mass, and there were many people attending Mass. A historic cathedral, built in 1887, is a twin-tower building, surrounded by green trees, and is easily accessible by light rail.
The Bishop's basilica... should be a very nice place and this one does not disappoint. We enjoy our annual (when my family gathers in Phoenix for a week) Sunday worship at this beautiful church.
A beautiful church! The mass was wonderful and I felt so welcome. This will be my church every day I visit my step son.
Beautiful Church, beautiful services. Father Michael gives the best sermons. He is excellent at tying in current events with biblical stories, and inspiring people to treat each other with kindness.
The church is in the middle of the city. It was built on the original site of the first catholic church in the area. It is also historic in regards to its age and the visit of Pope John Paul II. The i...
It’s nice but we have seen much more beautiful basilicas. Nothing special. The special thing was Pope John Paul II was there on my birthday