Pointing to Heaven: Cathedral of St. Paul
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Wayne Moran

Pointing to Heaven: Cathedral of St. Paul
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Pointing to Heaven: Cathedral of St. Paul
Pointing to Heaven: Cathedral of St. Paul © 2008 Wayne Moran The Cathedral of Saint Paul, One of the most distinctive cathedrals in the United States, sits on Cathedral Hill overlooking downtown St Paul and features a distinctive copper dome. The building of the current cathedral was instigated by Archbishop John Ireland in 1904. At Ireland's direction, the archdiocese commissioned well-known French Beaux-Arts architect Emmanuel Louis Masqueray. His design allows visitors unobstructed views of the altar and pulpit. The design was inspired by Renaissance architecture. The interior is illuminated by twenty-four stained glass windows featuring angelic choirs.
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