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Paroisse Saint Pierre-Celestin Church

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Catholic Church in Bora Bora

My wife and I attended the mass at this church during our vacation in Bora Bora. The church is... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Vhin B
Nice Catholic Church with Mass celebrated in both French and Tahitian

Very pretty church with a view of the tallest mountain/volcano crater through the stained glass... read more

Reviewed 5 May 2018
d828
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

My wife and I attended the mass at this church during our vacation in Bora Bora. The church is simple yet beautiful. we are amazed how the mass was conducted.

Thank Vhin B
Reviewed 5 May 2018

Very pretty church with a view of the tallest mountain/volcano crater through the stained glass behind and above the altar. No air conditioning.

Thank d828
Reviewed 24 March 2018

NOthing special about the modern church other than the beautiful chained glass inside. Worth stopping in for just a couple of minutes. The Protestant church down the road is of a more typical construction and quite photogenic.

Thank Anthony S
Reviewed 11 January 2018

We arrived on a cruise ship and chose to walk around the town rather than go on an excursion, and we were glad that we did. Two churches appealed to us: St Pierre Celestin and Eglise Evangelique. Each was photographically interesting, nestled against the mountain...More

Thank FredPurdue
Reviewed 13 December 2017

Be sure to make a visit to the church on a Sunday or to at least get within its vicinity to hear the wonderful singing- brings joy to your heart. If you wish to go in the congregation are very welcoming and make you feel...More

2  Thank Allgoodthyngs
Reviewed 13 September 2017

French/Tahitian Mass offered at 9:30am on Sunday was beautiful. Such joyous singing and colorful atmosphere.

Thank jzfuerst
Reviewed 30 April 2017

While spending the day in Bora Bora we visited the lovely church , very hot outside but quite cool inside which was lovely. Behind the altar there is a lovely stained glass window and looking through it you look straight at the mountain behind the...More

1  Thank roy v
Reviewed 2 November 2016

Attended Sunday mass while staying at the St. Regis. The congregation was very welcoming, shaking hands, patting on the back, etc. Everyone had flowers behind their ears or in their hair. Very festive. One of the ushers asked if we spoke only English. The priest...More

Thank Scuba_Divers
Reviewed 22 July 2016

We only had 1 sunday in Bora are so thankful to have been able to attend mass in such a loving and friendly church! It was emotional as the minister was leaving and someone else was going to replace him. It was lovely to see...More

Thank Edna_on_vacation
Reviewed 9 July 2016

It's not that I am a religious person but I really love to explore this kind of places. The things that I saw here looked very interesting for me. I really learned new things. Loved the experience!

1  Thank dafinakajtazi
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