Fodor's Expert Review St. Paul's & St. Peter's Churches

South Long Island: Deadman's Cay to Gordon's Religious Building/Site/Shrine

The twin, towered Moorish churches of St. Paul's (Anglican) and St. Peter's (Catholic) are two of the island's most celebrated landmarks. Father Jerome, often referred to as the hermit of Cat Island, built St. Paul's when he was Anglican; later, after converting to Catholicism, he built St. Peter's. The architecture of the two churches is similar to the Spanish missions in California. The churches are open sporadically, but tours are available through the Ministry of Tourism.

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Clarence Town, Long Island  Bahamas

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