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A 15-minute walk from its Anglican counterpart along Hope Street, 1960s' "futurism" best describes the exterior of what's locally know as "Paddy's Wigwam." The huge interiors illuminated by natural light through the exquisite stained glass is worth...more
All reviews stained glass paddy's wigwam modern architecture lutyens crypt side chapels well worth a visit crown of thorns hope street sunny day beautiful building awe inspiring mass worship circular catholic tapestries prayer
Very modern looking and the Catherdral site is high and in the central view as you drive into Liverpool. Inside very tradition . Stain glass windows dark but lovely. Pews, alter, sanctuary, pulpit and reading lectern. Staff friendly and welcoming and knowledgeable. Bookshop and gift...More
I went there with my friends and teacher as a guide in 17/01/2019.
The outside of building is very strange and looks like pseudo religion building. Entry fee is free. At first, we listened to the history about the cathedral and background story. I was...More
On a day trip to Liverpool...Cathedral amazing architecture. Stained glass so vibrant with stunning colours. The crypt is a must see. Massive as it was built for Europe's biggest cathedral which it was intended to be ...before they ran out of money!
Lovely to pop in early in the morning as the sun rises to catch the start of the day. There is morning prayer on weekdays at 7.45am followed by an early Mass at 8am (which normally finishes by 8.30am). Or simply sit quietly and enjoy...More
From the steps of this beautiful Cathedral there are great views of the city and the Anglian Cathedral at the other end of the street. Inside we were warmly welcomed by a member of staff who told us about the Cathedral. The shape of the...More
The cathedral is truly a spectacular place to visit it takes your breadth away with the stained glass windows . I have visited several times especially to view the golden book as my grandparents had entered mine and my brothers name within it and each...More
Affectionately called Paddy’s Wigwam as it was built by Irish workmen !
The crypt is well worth a visit as it has a really clear presentation of its history back to when there were plans for a much grander more expensive affair!
The Cathedral itself...More
Came here two days in a row to finally get to see what we wanted to.
Up the 56 steps to the main entrance.
Still affectionately known as Paddy’s wigwam.
The gift shop & café is at the bottom of the steps before you go...More