St. Paul's Cathedral is the mother church for the Roman Catholic Diocese Of Pittsburgh.
Completed in 1906, the church (whose full, officially name is Cathedral Of Saint Paul) is a magnificent, Gothic structure uniquely situated in the midst of the city's academic, medical and cultural centers.
It is named in honor of St. Paul (5CE - 67CE), one of Christ's Apostles who is credited with writing much of the Bible's New Testament.
The church is a wonderful place for concerts and features a beautiful 1962 mechanical action organ created by master organ builder Rudolf von Beckerath (1907-1976).
Monday through Friday, 6:00 a.m. to 7:30 p.m.
Parking lot available at the cathedral, as well as on-street parking on Fifth avenue and surrounding streets.