St. Paul's Cathedral

  Blv. Zhan D’Ark      +355 4 223 46 55     more than a year ago
This refreshingly simple if somewhat gargantuan house of worship was consecrated in 2002. The cathedral is built using a combined triangle and circle shape, representing the Trinity and God’s Eternity respectively, and features a relatively plain interior. The stained glass windows at the front feature both Mother Teresa, whose statue can also be found in the garden, and Pope John Paul II who visited the site of the church and laid the cornerstone in 1993. A range of classical music concerts are held inside the building throughout the year. Mass 17:00, Sun 09:00 (in English), 11,00, 17:00.


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Dominika Bradáčová

Please, is there any e-mail contact for this church? >> EDITOR - Not as far as we are aware. Best try to call.
Sonia G
London, UK
I attended Mass there on 11 September 2013 at 18.00. A notice said there was daily evening Mass and three Mass celebrations on Sunday including an English Mass at 9.00. The Cathedral appeared to open for visitors every day until 19.00.
Miyoko Goto
I visited St. Paul's Cathedral around 3pm, but the gate was closed. Do they have the daily mass or on Sunday? >>Tirana IYP writes: It's Albania, and unfortunately opening times are always uncertain. There's mass on Sundays.
Irenaeus Delidimos

The figure with Mother Teresa is certainly not Pope John Paul II. He (as all popes) used to wear a white hat and dress. He is the Catholic Archbishop of Tirana-Durres Mgr. Rrok Kola Mirdita, on whose initiative St.Paul's Cathedral was built.<br /><br /><em>TIYP says: Pope John Paul II is not the person depicted next to her, but on another window in the church.</em>
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