It is huge but so well maintained. You can definitely see some of the country's history from the detail and brickwork in this church
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I love the bold colors and the artwork that includes the Holy Family as black. This is what religion is all about, making it relevant to the people that are worshiping. A church with a real local touch.
I loved stopping and learning the history of the oldest Roman Catholic church on the island. It was beautiful on the inside as well.
We stopped by this lovely church to take in the stain glass windows. They were under construction. If you like these kinds of things you must stop in!
We were able to tour the cathedral honour island tour, as well as participate in a Sunday Mass. Both were great experiences! The church was built over a century ago, and is being carefully renewed. The original artwork is beautiful, and I sort of hope...More
Beautiful church and gardens next door in Detek Walcott square Well worth a visit near the market if you are going to get souvenirs
While visiting St. Lucia in April 2017 we took the time to run by the Church. You can visit inside and out and worship if you wish. Very old church within walking distance of almost anywhere in the Capital.
This is the largest Catholic church in the Organization of Eastern Caribbean States (OECS). Its stained glass windows are gorgeous and the sheer size and style for a church in a small Island was unbelieveable. It is still standing after the city of Castries have...More