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St. Mary's Basilica, Halifax

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St. Mary's Cathedral Basilica is a Gothic Revival Catholic cathedral located in the downtown core of Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. It is the cathedral church of the Archdiocese of Halifax and is the largest Catholic church in the Archdiocese. Consecrated on October 19, 1899, it was made a basilica in 1950 by Pope Pius XII. The St. Mary's Cathedral Basilica boasts the tallest granite spire in North America.
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  • We popped in during the summer Aug 2022, lovely building is fully restored! Thank you! The effort to restore is appreciated 
    We popped in during the summer Aug 2022, lovely building is fully restored! Thank you! The effort to restore is appreciated  more »
  • This architectural and religious site is an experience. The original wooden chapel was constructed in 1784, the cornerstone of what is now the Cathedral was laid in 1820 and opened for services in... 
    This architectural and religious site is an experience. The original wooden chapel was constructed in 1784, the cornerstone of what is now the Cathedral was laid in 1820 and opened for services in...  more »

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