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St. Columbkille Cathedral
|St. Columbkille's Cathedral|
|Location||188 Renfrew Street|
|Weekly attendance||Saturday 7:15 p.m. |
Sunday 10:30 a.m., 5:15 p.m.
|Status||Cathedral (from 1898)|
|Designated||4 May 1898|
|Bishop(s)||Administrator: Most Rev. Michael Mulhall|
|Rector||Rev. 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. 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.  The cathedral bears its name from Saint Columba, an Evangelist credited with bringing Christianity to present day Scotland.
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