The Cathedral of the Resurrection and St. Thomas the Apostle (Polish: Katedra Zmartwychwstania Pańskiego i św. Tomasza Apostoła ) also called Zamość Cathedral is a religious building that is affiliated with the Catholic Church and is located in the old town of Zamość, a city in the European country of Poland.It is a church built in the late XVI. It is located in the so-called Route of Renaissance. The Cathedral was established by the city's founder, Jan Zamoyski, and the author of the project was architect Bernardo Morando an Italian, who took as a reference to the Italian churches of centuries XV and XVI. Initially it was a collegiate church until 1992, when the Diocese of Zamosc-Lubaczów, who rose to the rank of cathedral by decision of then Pope John Paul II was established.