Holy Name of Jesus Cathedral, Fianarantsoa

The Holy Name of Jesus Cathedral[1] (French: Cathédrale du Saint-Nom de Jésus[2] Malagasy: Katedraly ny Anarana Masin'i Jesoa) is a religious building that serves as a cathedral of the Roman Catholic Church and is located in the town of Fianarantsoa, in the highlands of African and island country of Madagascar. It is located specifically in the Rue du Rova (Rova Street), in the old town, and is the seat of the Archdiocese of Fianarantsoa (Latin: Archidioecesis Fianarantsoaensis).

Holy Name of Jesus Cathedral
Cathédrale du Saint-Nom de Jésus
Cathédrale du Saint Nom de Jésus de Fianarantsoa 2.jpg
LocationFianarantsoa
Country Madagascar
DenominationRoman Catholic Church
History
Founded1871
Dedicated1890

Follow the Latin Roman Rite and its metropolitan archbishop is Fulgence Rabemahafaly.

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  1. ^ Cathedral of the Holy Name of Jesus
  2. ^ Église catholique à Madagascar (in French). Impr. catholique. 2007-01-01.

Coordinates: 21°27′30″S 47°04′34″E / 21.4584°S 47.0762°E / -21.4584; 47.0762