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Cathedral of the Holy Name in Mumbai

Cathedral of the Holy Name is listed among the essential attractions in the city Mumbai. It is a Roman Catholic Church that is highly pious for Christian society of the City. It is the seat of Archbishop of Bombay and serves as the headquarters of the Archdiocese of Bombay. The Church was opened on 15th January in 1905 and was later, blessed as Cathedral on 28th November 1964. The Church was confirmed as the heritage site. The church marks the old- world charm of ancient Colonial era. It boasts of striking Gothic architectural style touches including buttresses, spires and impressive interiors such as pipe organ, frescoes, a bell offered by Pope Paul VI, a stole decorated with gold contributed by Pope John XXIII and a stole with a red hat gifted by Pope Pius XII to Cardinal Valerian Gracias. There is a huge statue of Jesus Christ placed on an attractive altar.

Pay a visit to Cathedral of the Holy Name in Mumbai and get the blessing of almighty. The Church is open for all kinds of visitors on all days of the week. On Sundays, the Church is open from 6:30 AM to 8:30 AM. You may also visit Our Lady of Hope Catholic Church which is settled within the close proximity to this church. 

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