Cathedral of St. Helena
The Cathedral of St. Helena was constructed at the turn of the century during the episcopate of Bishop John Carroll. It is an outstanding example of Geometric Gothic architecture, patterned after the Votive Church of the Sacred Heart in Vienna, Austria. Stained glass windows, white marble altars, statues carved of the purest Carrara marble, and genuine gold leaf decorates the sanctuary. The pews and woodwork are all done in hand carved oak. The magnificent lighting fixtures are of hand-forged bronze with a special lacquer finish. Outside, majestic twin spires rise 230 feet above the street.
Open year-round, daily from 7:00am to 6:00pm. Prearranged guided tours take one hour. Please call the parish office to arrange for a tour.
Daily Mass in the Cathedral, Monday and Friday at 7:00am and Tuesday through Thursday at 7:00am and 12:00pm. Saturday 9:00am. Weekend masses: Saturday at 5:15pm. Sunday at 7:30am, 9:00am, and 11:00am.
Services And Amenities
- Gift Shop
- Handicapped Accessible
- Public Restroom
- Registered Historic Site
- Unescorted Tour
Cathedral of St. Helena is located approximately 2 miles west of Interstate 15 off of 11th Avenue at Warren and Lawrence Streets.
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