Basilica of Our Lady of the Assumption
St. Mary’s Church is a magnificent landmark both architecturally and historically. It was popularly known as St. Mary’s Cathedral while it was the principal church of the Vicariate of Hyderabad.
The church stands as an example of the fusion of the Indian Gothic style with its curved arches and buttress. Another uniqueness of St. Mary’s is that it has several side altars dedicated to the saints. The church also has four bells which were brought from Italy in 1901.
Sermon for the Day
19.10.2014 MISSION SUNDAYToday is 29th Ordinary Sunday of the year.
Today is the Mission Sunday. Today’s collection will be forwarded to the Archbishops’ house, Secunderabad. From there it will be sent to Rome... Read More