The Cathedral of Saint Paul is a Roman Catholic cathedral in the city of St. Paul, Minnesota. It is the Co-Cathedral of the Archdiocese of Saint Paul and Minneapolis; the other Co-Cathedral is the Basilica of St. Mary in Minneapolis. One of the most distinctive cathedrals in the United States, it sits on Cathedral Hill overlooking downtown St. Paul and features a distinctive copper-clad dome. It is dedicated to Paul the Apostle, who is also the namesake of the City of St. Paul. The current building opened in 1915 as the fourth cathedral of the archdiocese to bear this name. On March 25, 2009, it was designated as the National Shrine of the Apostle Paul by the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops and the Vatican.
From Minneapolis: Take 94 East to the Marion Street exit Turn right onto Kellogg Boulevard Turn right onto John Ireland Boulevard Turn right again onto Selby Avenue
From the North or the East: Take 35E south to 94 West in the direction of Saint Paul From 94 West take the Marion Street exit Turn left on Marion - this turns into Kellogg Boulevard, stay in the right lane Turn right onto John Ireland Boulevard Turn right onto Selby Avenue
From the South: Take 35E north to Kellogg Boulevard exit Turn left onto Kellogg Boulevard Turn left onto John Ireland Boulevard Turn right onto Selby Avenue
From the Airport: Exit the Airport by taking MN Hwy 5 East heading in the direction of Saint Paul Continue on Hwy 5 as it becomes West 7th Street, proceed until the 35 E Freeway junction Take the 35E North on ramp from West 7th Street Take the Kellogg Boulevard exit Turn left onto Kellogg Boulevard Turn left onto John Ireland Boulevard Turn right onto Selby Avenue
Limited parking is available across from the Cathedral on Selby Avenue.
The Cathedral's handicapped-accessible entrance is available off of Selby Avenue. The handicapped-accessible entrance to the lower level in on Dayton Avenue. There is an elevator inside the Cathedral. Street parking on Selby Avenue in front of this door is marked for handicapped use only.
The Cathedral of Saint Paul offers Assisted Listening services for the hard of hearing. If you would like to benefit from this service and you have a hearing aid with a T-coil, please pick up one of our FM receivers at the Ushers Room (between the vestibule and the Chapel of the Blessed Virgin Mary). The system works either with the accompanying silhouette or your own neck loop.