St. Joseph's Cathedral
St Joseph's Cathedral in Dunedin, New Zealand, is the Roman Catholic Cathedral for the Roman Catholic Diocese of Dunedin. It is located in City Rise, some 0.5 kilometres (0.31 mi) to the west of the city centre.
The Gothic revival cathedral was designed by Francis Petre. Construction of the Cathedral started in 1878, during the episcopacy of Bishop Patrick Moran. It was used for its first church service in February 1886, and was completed in its unfinished state in May 1886, at a cost of £22,500. The original design, however, was for a much larger building, with a tall spire with a height of 60 meters over the transept.
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Times of Liturgical Celebrations
Mass: Sunday 10am, Saturday Vigil 7:00pm
Weekdays Monday-Saturday 9:30am
Hours for Confession
300 Rattray St., Dunedin 9054, Dunedin, New Zealand