St. Paul Catholic Church

Bergen, Norway

Sankt Paul katolske kirke is a Roman Catholic church built in 1870. It is the main church of c. 12000 Catholics in Bergen.



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Founded: 1870
Category: Religious sites in Norway


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Gordon Celender (2 years ago)
While in Bergen, Norway to run their 10th Marathon, I was blest to attend Holy Mass at the lovely church of St. Paul the Apostle. If you’re ever in Bergen, drop in to say a prayer and light a candle for all your intentions.
René Beshman (2 years ago)
Zbigniew Romejkp (2 years ago)
Nice place
Roch-Marie Stern (3 years ago)
Nice church, welcoming people but too strict about coronavirus restrictions. That was almost impossible to participate the Holy Mass. Pre-registration is required but not communicated on the website nor the church itself
Thomas More (3 years ago)
For nothing more glorious, nothing nobler, nothing surely more honorable can be imagined than to belong to the One, Holy Catholic, Apostolic and Roman Church - Pope Pius XII, Encyclical Mystici Corporis Christi, no. 91
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