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Simple and elegant

We were in Hamilton and walked up to the Cathedral from the ferry terminal. It is located on... read more

Reviewed 11 October 2014
ct-cruisers
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Connecticut
Pretty, but other churches are nicer. Not a necessity to see...

I visited St. Theresa's Cathedral in Hamilton, Bermuda in 10-2013. It was on my own 'to do' list as... read more

Reviewed 12 March 2014
Raymond C
,
Providence, Rhode Island
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11 Oct 2014
“Simple and elegant”
11 Mar 2014
“Pretty, but other churches are nicer. Not a necessity to see...”
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Reviewed 11 October 2014

We were in Hamilton and walked up to the Cathedral from the ferry terminal. It is located on the corner of Cedar Avenue and Eliot Street one block north of Victoria Park. We were lucky that we reached the church in time for their 12:10...More

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Reviewed 12 March 2014

I visited St. Theresa's Cathedral in Hamilton, Bermuda in 10-2013. It was on my own 'to do' list as I like old churches. Admission is free, parking was difficult for me. I was on a scooter and drove down from King's Wharf - if you're...More

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Reviewed 20 June 2013

We attended mass here on a Saturday eve at 630pm. The pastor gave a very uplifting homily and the church itself was very pretty a mix of modern looking and very traditional decor.

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Reviewed 4 June 2013

Beautiful! Tranquil and quiet place to pray and worship. Not easy to find. Gardens surrounding are pretty too. St Edward shrine inside. Immaculate conception statue.

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You would be best to take the ferry from Dockyard to Hamilton. A short walk - ten minutes or so - will take you to St Theresa's.
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