The Holy Rosary Cathedral is the mother church of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Vancouver and spans a long history in the city.
The original parish was established back in 1885. Within five years, the church had to be expanded twice to accommodate the growing number of people attending mass. In 1900, the construction of a portion of the present church was opened, before being expanded again in 1916 and finally declared a cathedral.
The stunning architecture and glorious stained windows of the grand Catholic cathedral are an important part of city history. If you're interested in seeing the inside of the church, be sure to check the Mass schedule so you won't feel like you're interrupting.
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