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St. Columbkille Cathedral

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St. Columbkille's Cathedral
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St. Columbkille's Cathedral is located in Ontario
St. Columbkille's Cathedral
St. Columbkille's Cathedral
45°49′27″N 77°06′58″W / 45.824277°N 77.116092°W / 45.824277; -77.116092Coordinates: 45°49′27″N 77°06′58″W / 45.824277°N 77.116092°W / 45.824277; -77.116092
Location188 Renfrew Street
Pembroke, Ontario
K8A 6X1
DenominationRoman Catholic
Weekly attendanceSaturday 7:15 p.m.
Sunday 10:30 a.m., 5:15 p.m.
StatusCathedral (from 1898)
Functional statusActive
Designated4 May 1898
Gothic Revival
Years built1872-1874[1]
Episcopal areaCanada
Bishop(s)Administrator: Most Rev. Michael Mulhall
RectorRev. James Beanish
Deacon(s)Dc. Adrien Chaput

The St. Columbkille's Cathedral is a Roman Catholic catholic cathedral in Pembroke, Ontario, Canada located on 188 Renfrew St above downtown Pembroke.[2] It is a prominent and well known structure within the city. The cornerstone was laid in 1871, and all the building was completed in 1874. [3] The cathedral bears its name from Saint Columba, an Evangelist credited with bringing Christianity to present day Scotland.

The interior of St. Columbkille Cathedral from the choir loft

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  2. "St. Columbkille Cathedral (1856)". Retrieved 2019-07-16.
  3. "Ecclesia" (PDF). Ecclesia. February 2014. Retrieved 16 July 2019.

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