St Michael and St Gudula Cathedral, Brussels
Welcome on the website of the Saint Michael and Saint Gudula Cathedral in Brussels.
On this website you will find all information about religious celebrations organised at the cathedral, events taking place at the cathedral and about the life of the Christian community who worships here. Mass times and a list of services available are also included in the site. The cathedral also has a vibrant cultural life. Festive masses, exhibitions and concerts take place regularly and are organised by ‘Culture & Tourisme’.
The Cathedral also is a remarkable archeological site. Its origins can be traced back to the 10th century. The website gives you plenty of information about the rich history of the building, with its architectural history covering 10 centuries. Volunteers are there to welcome you and will help you to organise guided tours. Within its walls, the cathedral has seen important historical events, which are listed in the historical survey.
We hope the visit of this website will prompt you to come and participate to one of our services or cultural events!
If you need some additional information, you may send a mail at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Address of the Cathedral : Parvis sainte-Gudule – 1000 Bruxelles – Belgium
- Dean Claude Castiau
- Marie-Hélène Brion
- President : Mr Frédéric Veldekens
- Secretary : Mr Philippe Marchandise
- Finances : Countess Claude d’Aspremont Lynden
- General delegate : Mr Yvan Cardon de Lichtbuer
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Due to the exceptional measures linked to Covid-19, the cathedral is closed until further notice. Thank you for your understanding.