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St. Mary’s Basilica, named The Church of the Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin is the oldest Catholic parish in Phoenix and was the only Catholic parish in Phoenix until 1924. It holds a unique place in the history of the Church and in the...more
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231 N. 3rd Street, at Monroe Street, Downtown, Phoenix, AZ 85004-2219
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Gorgeous church, and tons of traditions and history you won't find elsewhere. Must see on your visit to Phoenix, AZ! Check out one of their services, and you will be amazed at the beauty inside of this Santuary!
The Basilica and surrounding gardens are a beautiful example of how an historic architectural treasure and grounds can be saved for posterity. The stained glass windows are extraordinary. The Basilica is not really that huge...it is more intimate than I expected, and there is not...More
The first Catholic church of greater Phoenix, this is a well maintained church by the Franciscan Order. Great place of worship and there is a small but limited parking behind the church. Midnight mass for Christmas is a "must attend" as it is beautifully prepared...More
This church is located right across the Phoenix Convention Center and is great when you are in downtown Phoenix for Conventions or for holidays. Beautiful church, solemn service and welcoming atmosphere. On Sundays there are masses at 9am and 11am. Truly an oasis in downtown...More
Located in the downtown area of Phoenix, this church is not only the place of worship, but at the same time it is a great architectural and historic landmark. The Basilica is well over a hundred years old, and since 1978 it is listed on...More
I appreciated seeing a commemoration of the Pope's visit to the Basilica. The church doors were locked on Sunday afternoon, so be sure to check their hours before visiting. I was able to go inside on a Wednesday afternoon. They have a nice garden area...More
Came to Phoenix and went to St. Mary's Basilica to enjoy the quite and beautiful altar. Very nice and quiet on a Saturday afternoon. Street parking is limited - there is a parking garage nearby. Go and spend some time in this church - well...More