The Igreja da Se is the current cathedral of the Diocese of Macau in Macau, China. The cathedral is also called the "Church of the Nativity of Our Lady".
The cathedral is included in the list of historical monuments of the Historic Centre of Macau, which in turn is included in the list of World Heritage Sites in China.
In the early seventeenth century it was a small wooden chapel, and was elevated to cathedral only in 1623. Before 1623, the Diocese was headquartered in the St. Lazarus' Church.
The first cathedral built in stone, consecrated in 1850 by the then Bishop of Macau, Jeronimo Jose da Mata, was almost destroyed in a typhoon 24 years later, after having undergone major repairs. 1937 In the twentieth century, the cathedral was completely rebuilt in concrete in 1937, costing approximately 100,900 patacas.