Located in the Largo de Se or the Cathedral Square, this is the current cathedral of the Diocese of Macau. The people call it 'The Great Church' due to its popularity and influence. It is the second-largest cathedral in the Peninsula of Macau. The monument consisting of the cathedral and the bell tower houses some precious relics and famous paintings. The bell will only ring on rare occasions.
The most important religious day for the people of Macau is the festive procession, "Procession of Passion of our Lord", which starts from St. Augustine church on the first weekend of Lent wherein the cross is paraded to the cathedral and exhibited there for one day. The weekly mass is conducted in Cantonese, Portuguese and English. A special mass in Latin is held on the first Sunday of every month. The cathedral is also called the "Church of the Nativity of Our Lady".
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