Information for those who visit the Cathedral
Right now there cannot be any visits due to the coronavirus.
The Cathedral can be visited daily in the evening. At six in the evening the Divine Worship commences, beginning with Holy Mass. Whoever wishes to enter can be present approximately fifteen minutes before.
One must not forget to be dressed according to the norms that are very clearly explained on our webpage. See Norms of Palmarian Christian decency. If you are a religious or a priest, you must come with the cassock proper to your order and, if you are a nun, you must come with the habit of your order.
The One, Holy, Catholic, Apostolic and Palmarian Church believes and defends the doctrine of all times about the True Presence of Christ and Mary in the Eucharist; therefore, we expect of visitors the due respect to Their Divine Majesties present in the Most Holy Sacrament of the Altar. Also, we require that visitors kneel down during the Holy Mass, unless they have a health condition which impedes it.
We continue the Holy Traditional Customs that men and women be separate in the Church. On entering the Cathedral, the men will take their places on the left and the women on the right.
The Palmarian Church does not require payment to enter the Sacred Grounds nor to enter the Cathedral.
One can ask for pamphlets, holy pictures, and little books for praying the Holy Penitential Rosary, which will be given freely.
It is prohibited to take photos inside the Cathedral.
Only the members of the Holy Palmarian Church can receive the Holy Sacrament of Communion when It is administered at Holy Mass.
The members of the Holy Palmarian Church dress in Carmelite Tertiary habits when they go to the Palmarian Holy See, this being a special petition from Heaven in the Heavenly Apparitions of El Palmar de Troya. This norm is exclusively for the Palmarian faithful, and applies only when they attend this Sacred Place.