Kathedrale St. Florin in Vaduz (in German)
|Affiliation||Roman Catholic Church|
|Ecclesiastical or organizational status||Cathedral|
|Leadership||Archbishop Wolfgang Haas|
|Architect(s)||Friedrich von Schmidt|
|Architectural style||High Gothic|
|Direction of façade||West|
Vaduz Cathedral, or Cathedral of St. Florin (German: St. Florinskirche in Vaduz or Kathedrale St. Florin), is a neo-Gothic church in Vaduz, Liechtenstein, and the center of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Vaduz. Originally a parish church, it has held the status of cathedral since 1997.
The Archdiocese of Vaduz was erected by Pope John Paul II in the apostolic constitution Ad satius consulendum 2 December 1997. Before then it had been the Liechtenstein Deanery, a part of the Swiss Diocese of Chur. The solemn public ceremony took place on December 12, 1997, in the parish church of Vaduz, which was then raised to the dignity of a cathedral.
- Prince Karl Aloys of Liechtenstein (in the Fürstliche Gruft)
- Princess Elisabeth of Urach (also in the Fürstliche Gruft)
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