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This cathedral was a wonderful unexpected experience.
The front of the building is very modest and you would not even realise it was a church.
On entering it is just stunning and such a contrast to the basic facade of the building. A beautiful Catholic...More
This is a stunning cathedral with the most incredible crib i have ever seen. Not only does it include all the usual characters in a Nativity scene but it also has other villagers and farmers and typifies an entire village scene; truly interesting and different.
We were just strolling around Sorrento and stuck our heads in for a quick peek. While it looks quite plain on the outside the inside is much different. We found some beautiful religious artwork and decorative timber pieces. Well worth a look.
Easy to find being just off the main Street through Sorrento. Free entry but they do ask for respect with no phones, cameras, photos etc. Beautifully decorated and the ceiling is amazing. Check out the fabulous nativity scene on the left as you go through...More
My husband & I visited the Cattedrale di Sorrento which is located right off Corso Italia in its shopping district. It is so easy to miss this one because of the way it sits back off the main walk area behind the tall iron gates....More
It is easy to walk past this cathedral when walking down Corsa Italia. the frontage is hidden away and the gate can only be seen when walking up from the parallel road. It is closed on a Monday and we did literally walk past it....More
The Mass times are printed and located on the door to the Cathedral facing the Main Street. Mass is held each morning around 9am - not 100% sure of the exact time, but I was in the Cathedral early one morning and a... More
The Mass times are printed and located on the door to the Cathedral facing the Main Street. Mass is held each morning around 9am - not 100% sure of the exact time, but I was in the Cathedral early one morning and a parishioner asked me if I would like to stay for Mass.
On a Sunday’s there are several Mass services held. I believe that there was one at 6pm and another around 7.30pm, as well as several in the morning .
It is a beautiful cathedral!