Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception, Springfield

#10 of 11 in Historic Sites in Springfield
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The Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception is the seat of the Catholic Diocese of Springfield in Illinois. The cathedral, for which the cornerstone was laid on August 14, 1927, was dedicated on October 14, 1928. The cathedral complex is built in a modified Greek Revival architectural style.
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  • This church is so very beautiful that it is a sight to see just like we traipse over to Italy to see all the Cathedrals there. Once you are inside look down the aisle, then look up at the very...  more »
  • An absolutely beautiful church. I think the monsignor finally retired, but I used to really enjoy when he celebrated mass.  more »
  • I have traveled the country for work. I have attended mass in some beautiful churches, and this is one of them. Services a typical Roman Catholic masses. The reflection on the readings by the priest are insightful and down to earth.
  • The interior is absolutely beautiful. So glad it wasn't allowed to deteriorate. We attended Helen Call's funeral mass.
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