St. Mary's Cathedral - United States

United States

  • Cathedral of Saint Mary of the Assumption in San Francisco
  • Cathedral of Saint Mary in Miami
  • Cathedral of Saint Mary of the Immaculate Conception (Peoria, Illinois)
  • Cathedral of Saint Mary of the Immaculate Conception in Indiana
  • St. Mary's Cathedral and Rectory (Fall River, Massachusetts), NRHP-listed
  • St. Mary, Our Lady of Mount Carmel Cathedral (Gaylord, Michigan)
  • St. Mary Cathedral (Lansing, Michigan), NRHP-listed
  • Cathedral of Mary of the Assumption (Saginaw, Michigan)
  • Cathedral of Saint Mary in St. Cloud
  • St. Mary's Orthodox Cathedral, Minneapolis in Northeast, Minneapolis
  • Basilica of Saint Mary, Minneapolis, Co-cathedral
  • Cathedral of St. Mary of the Annunciation (Cape Girardeau, Missouri)
New Jersey
  • Cathedral of St. Mary of the Assumption (Trenton, New Jersey)
New York
  • Cathedral of St. Mary (Ogdensburg, New York)
North Dakota
  • Cathedral of St. Mary (Fargo, North Dakota)
  • St. Mary's Cathedral (Portland)
  • St. Mary's Episcopal Cathedral in Memphis
  • St. Mary's Cathedral (Amarillo, Texas)
  • Cathedral of Saint Mary in Austin
  • St. Mary's Cathedral Basilica, Galveston
  • St. Mary's Catholic Cathedral (Cheyenne, Wyoming), listed on the NRHP in Laramie County, Wyoming

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