Cathedral Basilica of Saints Peter & Paul is an impressive testament to Philadelphia's architectural grandeur. Constructed between 1846 and 1864 in the United States, this brownstone structure is a marvel renowned for its remarkable design. The Cathedral Basilica of Saints Peter & Paul is steadfastly committed to fostering active and meaningful participation in the sacred Mass. Designed by Napoleon LeBrun, with original plans by Reverend Mariano Muller and Reverend John B., the church embodies a vision of vibrant spiritual, physical, and financial engagement within the parish and wider community. As Philadelphia's largest brownstone building and Pennsylvania's most prominent Catholic Church, the Cathedral Basilica of Saints Peter & Paul holds a significant place in the city's architectural landscape, embodying beauty and reverence.
Mon-Fri: 7:15am - 12:05pm
Sat: 12.05pm|5:15pm(Sun Anticipated Mass)