CATHEDRAL BASILICA OF SAINTS PETER & PAUL
First Holy Communion and Confirmation, Historical Places, Parking, Sacraments, Audio Tour, Holy Days Schedule, Architectural Buildings, Baptism, Holy Orders, Events, Regular Mass Schedules, Holy Matrimony, Music, Anointing of the Sick & Reconciliation
Cathedral Basilica of Saints Peter & Paul is one of Philadelphia's most massive brownstone and architecturally-eminent structures. This cathedral in Philadelphia, United States, is ranked among the magnificent and architecturally outstanding buildings. They provide and encourage full and active participation in the holy mass. They aim to give more powerful spiritual, physical, and financial involvement in all parish church and community activities. It is also Philadelphia's largest brownstone building and Pennsylvania's largest Catholic church.
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Collections and Genealogy, Conservation and Preservation, Musical Programs, Special Events, Young Adults, Giving and Donations, Tour Group Reservation, Worship Schedule, Children and Youth/Families Programs, Eucharist with Music & Burial Grounds
Christ Church holds an American history of over 320 years, and they welcome 250,000 visitors a year, and that is making Christ church as one of the ten most visited sites in the Philadelphia area. You can see their ancient artifacts when you listen to their many stories on religious tolerance and religious freedom. They give daily conversations and tours at Christ Church and Burial Ground in Christ Church. Their team of professional childcare workers loves to get to know the growing children and their families. The church's youth choir for children gives children an excellent musical education and singing experience in their historic church. It is a showcase space on the historic Christ Church campus.
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NATIONAL SHRINE OF SAINT JOHN NEUMANN
Teacher's and Sister's Retreats, Reconciliation and Renewal, Mass Schedule, Pilgrimages, Shrine, Roman Catholic Church, Religious Events, Gift Shop, Prayer & Worship
National Shrine of Saint John Neumann was built in 1847, and it is one of the historical places in Philadelphia. It provides space for prayer, adoration, reconciliation, and regeneration for pilgrims. You can visit the site and church, and you can learn Philadelphia's rich heritage of grace given to the church and the world. It has over 1,000 guided tours annually with its Redemptorists. The building is disability-accessible also. They provide lunch in two places and also happy to give visitors hot and cold beverages, sweet and salty snacks.