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Cathedral of St Andrew

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Virtual Tour of Cathedral of Saint Andrew in Grand Rapids, MIichigan

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The Cathedral of Saint Andrew, a Heartside district parish and the Mother Church of the Diocese of Grand Rapids. Learn more about the Cathedral. St. Andrew’s history traces its beginning to the founding of St. Mary’s Church by the Rev. Frederic Baraga. He built a small church, rectory and school on the west bank of the Grand River and the people who attended the church were Native Americans. The Rev. Andreas Viszoczky was named the parish’s first pastor two years later. After the Native Americans left and the town of Grand Rapids grew, Father Viszoczky built a new church on Monroe Street which he named St. Andrew. The church building was constructed of Grand River limestone and completed in 1850.

Take a tour throughout this lovely church

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Tour the front of the church at the altar

Click and drag anywhere in the Tour to ‘look around’. Click on the white directional arrows to go to the next tour area. Click on upper right corner to see ‘full screen’ Tour.

Tour the beautiful St. Ambrose chapel

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Tour this magnificent church from the outside

Click and drag anywhere in the Tour to ‘look around’. Click on the white directional arrows to go to the next tour area. Click on upper right corner to see ‘full screen’ Tour.

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