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I always visit Kochchikade whether what occasion i have or anytime which is possible for me.
Light a candle and wish for what you want and Lord will listen and grant you. You don't have to be a Catholic to visit here and pray. just...More
The history of the church goes back to 1822 when the historic statue of St. Anthony brought to Sri Lanka during the British regime is still in the same place where it was kept originally.Very miracle and religious place even to non-catholics
The architecture is good but quite similar to Roman Catholic churches i have been to in India. We went there while a service was going on, it was good to experience the service in another language. It is basically only for those people who would...More
Lots of people come here to worship .Its famous as st.Anthony church in Kochchikade.
People come here for prayers for all the reasons ,sicknesses,for getting a job, success in business,any help
Old church and beautiful.
This Catholic Church is being worshiped by some Sri Lankans belonging to all religions such as Buddhism, Hinduism, Islam & other sects of Christianity. I accept that good human get the help of gods in this place.
When I was there on Tuesday, the place was under construction, the flooring was hacked off and covered with gurney sacks. The main altar: Priest and Victim.. and there was the Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament. There were devotees who had knelt and moved forward...More
I visited and attend mass at this church. I also met with the curator who gave me a tour and history of the church. I have not heard about the "tongue" in the altar. There are many flowers, and little notes left on the side... More
I visited and attend mass at this church. I also met with the curator who gave me a tour and history of the church. I have not heard about the "tongue" in the altar. There are many flowers, and little notes left on the side of the many altars inside the church but nothing about the "tongue". I hope you like the church as much as I do.