Very well located, free city loop transport at the doorstep. Amazing architecture and revitalizing energy. Fantastic!!
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So often a RC Cathedral is very highly decorated and ornate, this is warmly simple in comparison. The columns and arches give it the gravity and solemnity due. the diocese patron Saint is Saint Patrick and there is a small shrine left of the altar....More
As Adelaide is the City of Churches, this one didn't disappoint either, beautiful architecture and I loved the garden and statue of Mary Mackillop. Another touch of romance with glimpsing the bride entering the Church.
Magnificent example of architecture in the middle of the CBD. Once inside you a quite struck by how peaceful it is - you feel quite removed from the busyness of the surrounding streets. Well worth the visit.
Beautiful building with ornate decor and architecture .Always a very nice service to attend. The parking facilities are very good too.
The Cathedral is named in honor of Francis Xavier, who was a companion of Ignatius Loyola and founding member of the infamous Jesuit order. The Catholic Church owes Francis Xavier a huge number of new comers to Korea, India, South-East Asia. It was his missionary...More
It is the oldest cathedral in Australia. As it stands in the centre of Adelaide, we could see it clearly from Victoria Square.
If you walk by this monument take the time to go inside. It's as impressive as the exterior. The building was begun in 1856 but apparently was worked on over a big spread of time and not completed until the mid 1990's. There are remarkable...More
While walking along we crossed the entrance to the Cathedral ! Retraced our steps and entered it ! A lot can and does happen in our own lives, but there is one constant support and that is Faith ! The Cathedral has an organ inside...More
We visited this cathedral twice once on a guided city tour then in our own time some lovely old photos of it being built just enjoy