Cathedral of the Holy Spirit, Palmerston North facts for kids
Quick facts for kidsCathedral of the Holy Spirit
|40°21′06″S 175°37′02″E / 40.35166°S 175.61728°E|
|Location||197 Broadway Avenue, Palmerston North|
|Former name(s)||St Patrick's Church|
|Dedicated||22 March 1925|
|Past bishop(s)||Peter Cullinane|
|Heritage designation||Category 1 (List No. 195)|
|Architect(s)||Frederick de Jersey Clere|
|Architectural type||Reinforced concrete|
|Parish||Cathedral of the Holy Spirit Parish|
|Diocese||Palmerston North, New Zealand|
The Cathedral of the Holy Spirit is the cathedral of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Palmerston North, New Zealand. It was opened in 1925 as St Patrick's Church and was rededicated to the Holy Spirit as the cathedral when the diocese was established in 1980. In 1988 the cathedral was renovated, added to and reordered. The building was designed by the notable architect Frederick de Jersey Clere. The building was designated a Category 1 historic place by the New Zealand Historic Places Trust in 1990.
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