Cathedral of St. Paul (Erie, Pennsylvania) facts for kids
|Cathedral of St. Paul|
|Location||134 W. Seventh St.
|Denomination||Episcopal Church in the United States of America|
Quick facts for kidsHistory
|Founded||March 17, 1827|
|Diocese||Diocese of Northwestern Pennsylvania|
|Bishop(s)||Rt. Rev. Sean W. Rowe|
|Dean||Very Rev. John P. Downey|
The Cathedral of St. Paul is an Episcopal cathedral in Erie, Pennsylvania, United States. It is the seat of the Diocese of Northwestern Pennsylvania. St. Paul's Church was founded on St. Patrick's Day in 1827. The church became the cathedral for the Diocese of Erie on February 21, 1915. The diocese changed its name to Northwestern Pennsylvania in 1981.
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