Doors of Mercy: Asia
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St.Anthony’s Cathedral was buil in 15-12-1877. It situated in central part of Sri Lanka ,city called Kandy.Expansions are being done when required to accommodate the growing number of believers who attend services.
the church dates from 1606 and was originally a part of the Archdiocese of Manila. The church was dedicated in honor of St. Martin of Tours and is a diocesan shrine in honor of the Holy Cross more popularly known as "Krus ng Wawa" to local devotees.
Christ the King Cathedral is the cathedral of the diocese of Marthandam. The seat of His Excellency Most Rev. Vincent Mar Paulos. St. John Paul II by His Bull Pastorum Principe erected the Diocese of Marthandam and Christ the King Church the cathedral.
Village : Hashnabad
The Cathedral Chruch was established in 1956. It is named after Immaculate Conception of Mary. The Parish feast is celebrated on December 8.
Address : Cathedral Chruch, Ramna, 1 Kakrail Road, P.O. Box-3, Dhaka-1000. Phone : (00 88 02) 9358247, 8351871
Village : Panjora, Nagari
This is the Cathedral Church of Kottayam Archdiocese built and consecrated on October 1944.
A famous statue of Our Lady of Fathima is located in this cathedral. Pope John Paul II visited this Cathedral on February 8, I986. A perpetual adoration chapel is also opened in 2011.
Church of Christ Miao, Arunachal Pradesh 792122
Christ the Light Shrine is the Cathedral Church of the Diocese of Miao and is located on the top of a mountain at Miao in Changlang District. It is also a Shrine where adoration is conducted through out the whole day from 7 am to 7 pm every day of the week.
This Church was founded in the year but due to typhoons was destroyed and reconstructed. In August 27, 1974, the Immaculate Conception Church in Virac was raised into a cathedral simultaneous with the erection of the Diocese of Virac.
The Immaculate Conception Parish was erected on July 15, 1950. On August 28, 2003, when the Diocese of Cubao was established, it was liturgically proclaimed a cathedral. Thus, it is now known as The Immaculate Conception Cathedral of Cubao.