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Really wonderful show; Each and every flower arrangement totally awsome. Be sure to bring your camera. There might be a wait to get in line for the tour, but you just have a seat and enjoy the different groups performing. Also, you can visit the...More
One of America's largest cathedrals. St. Cecelia's is on the Nat'l Register of Historic Places. The Spanish Renaissance Revival style was unusual for the period. There is an active arts program through the cathedral. Check for special exhibits and events, but visit regardless for the...More
We were married at Cathedral. Have a fantastic flower show once a year in the spring. Very old church with great windows and high ceilings which make it very majestic. Sounds are great when there is music.
I have grown up with this church. Even if you are not an avid church goer you would appreciate the beauty of this Cathedral. The Spanish architecture and stained glass windows are breath taking. Lots of history with this church that offers tours and takes...More
We have been there for various events. Our favorite is their annual flower show. This is an event NOT TO BE MISSED! Areas of the church are decorated with flowers. Entertainment is provided throughout the day.
When our son lived in the area, we started going to St. Cecilia's for Mass because they offer at 6:00 Mass on Sunday nights. It worked so well for our schedule.
The cathedral is gorgeous. With several side altars, beautiful lighting, and magnificent stained-glass windows,...More
St. cecilia’s cathedral is one of Omaha’s oldest and largest churches, and certainly the most famous. Constructed throughout most of the 20th Century, “the cathedral”, as it is commonly called, is home to several non-religious community events, the most popular being the Cathedral Arts Festival,...More