Cathedral Basilica of Saints Peter & Paul is one of Philadelphia's most massive brownstone and architecturally-eminent structures. The church was built between 1846 and 1864 in Philadelphia, United States. It is ranked among the magnificent and architecturally outstanding buildings. Cathedral Basilica of Saints Peter & Paul encourages full and active participation in the holy mass. The church was designed by Napoleon LeBrun, from original plans by the Reverend Mariano Muller and the Reverend John B. They aim to give more powerful spiritual, physical, and financial involvement in a parish church and community activities. Cathedral Basilica of Saints Peter & Paul is also Philadelphia's largest brownstone building and Pennsylvania's most prominent Catholic Church.
Sat: 12.05pm|5:15pm(Sun Anticipated Mass)
Mon-Fri: 7:15am - 12:05pm