Cathedral of the Holy Name
Inside the Cathedral
18°55′24″N 72°49′50″E / 18.92335920°N 72.83066990°E / 18.92335920; 72.83066990Coordinates: 18°55′24″N 72°49′50″E / 18.92335920°N 72.83066990°E / 18.92335920; 72.83066990
LocationColaba, Mumbai
CountryIndia
DenominationRoman Catholic
Websitewww.cathedraloftheholyname.in
History
StatusCathedral
Architecture
Functional statusActive
Clergy
ArchbishopCardinal Oswald Gracias
Exterior of the Cathedral
Exterior of the Cathedral

The Cathedral of the Holy Name or Holy Name Cathedral is a Roman Catholic cathedral in the Indian city of Mumbai (Bombay), that has the seat and is the headquarters of the Archbishop of Bombay.[1][2] The cathedral is located in the Colaba area of South Bombay, built in the Gothic Revival style that was favoured by British architects.

The cathedral is contained with the premises of the Holy Name High School founded in 1939.

References

  1. ^ "God has now started working from home". mid-day. 5 April 2020.
  2. ^ Eyewitness, D. K. (3 October 2019). DK Eyewitness Top 10 Mumbai. Dorling Kindersley Limited. ISBN 9780241430460 – via Google Books.

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