The City of San Rafael has several important temples to the Christian faith. They are located throughout the city, and are part of the usual tour of the Seven Churches, in which Christians remember the Last Supper of Jesus after celebrating Mass, and through the city visiting seven churches to account their Catholic faith.
SAN RAFAEL ARCHANGEL CATHEDRAL
The Cathedral dates from 1935 but was inaugurated in 1952. It is a neo-Romantic building architecture, and is located across the street Belgrano 122, opposite the San Martin Square and next to the Torre de San Marcos. Inside lie the remains of several important priests of the cathedral. Stresses the Cross of St. Andrew, restored by Raul Sanrafaelino Landerete. La Cruz has an interesting and important story for local history.
CHURCH OF OUR LADY OF LOURDES
The Church of Our Lady of Lourdes is located at Av. Mitre 799 was the first religious building held in the city, so it has great historical significance and is a must for people who enjoy walking and religious tourism family. Opposite the church is located Sarmiento Square, where a good overview of the construction is obtained. Along with San Rafael Archangel, Our Lady of Lourdes is co-patron of the diocese of San Rafael, which is very important for sanrafaelina tradition.
SAN ANTONIO DE PADUA PARISH
La Parroquia San Antonio de Padua is a modern temple, with unusual architecture that highlights the great arches located at the entrance of the parish. It is located at Av. Balloffet, before arriving at Liberty Street. Usually, on Good Friday, it is part of the route of the Seven Churches.