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Gothic tower at one end with Byzantine dome at the other makes for an unusual architectural design, Romanesque and Gothic features. Parish was originally founded by Jesuits, they provided services until 1981. Church is worth a visit, open at service times, these are published on...More
In a town with very little architecture of note St Mary's Church stands out. Slightly raised from the town, it's domes can be see from miles around. Should you find yourself in St Helens then worth a visit here to see one of the few...More
Also known as 'St Helens Cathedral' to some of the locals. Large Catholic church just outside the town centre in North Rd. Worth a visit for the religious folk but not really geared up for tourism although.
Have attended weddings and christenings here before but this wedding made me appreciate how beautiful a setting it is . The happy couple had photos at the front and at the back by the grotto. It is a very historic building and my mum remembers...More
Lowe House is the most awe inspring church I have visited in the area :)
Our family have been associated with this church in excess of 60/70years.
All family have been married, christened here and we go here as many times as work allows and...More