St. Patrick Catholic Church, San Francisco
Categories: Churches, Tourist Spots
St. Patrick's Catholic Church is a Roman Catholic church in San Francisco, California, founded in 1851. It is located at 756 Mission Street, between 3rd and 4th streets, across the street from Yerba Buena Gardens in the heart of the South of Market district.ArchitectureThe church features Gothic Revival architecture, with ribbed vaults, pointed arches, a central nave and two side aisles of lower height. The nave follows the basic Gothic pattern with a triforium and clerestory-like top tier.Numerous painted and stained glass windows decorate the church.Use our San Francisco trip itinerary maker to arrange your visit to St. Patrick Catholic Church and other attractions in San Francisco.
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A peaceful and serene church. Gorgeous architecture, stained glass windows, and sculptures. A wonderful place to say some prayers and enjoy the quiet.
This church has very old design. It creates very good contrast benween old church and new modern gray scyscrapers.
Catedral linda! Enorme! Vale a visita! Fica na quinta avenida e é próxima a diversas lojas. Não deixe de conferir. Qdo fui estava cheia.Beautiful Cathedral. Huge! Worth the visit! Is on Fifth Avenue and is close to many shops. Be sure to check. When I went to was full.show original
i find it great the people therearefriendly
Great experience we hold our meetings there in the school portion at the Church the Administration is very cooperative.
Fake people in this church... The Gospel choir is horrible. And they only had one good priest and he left a long time ago. His name was Father Sean. The parish talk about you behind your back and some of the young adults can not control thier children. Take my word.. Do not attend this church.
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