When you first walk in, you might be disappointed, because this cathedral - the first one built west of the Mississippi - doesn't have the grandeur of the "look at me" Gothic cathedrals. That was intentional! It's was not meant to be an imitation of the European churches, but is an "America" style. So, the multitude of windows are not stained glass, but meant to reflect the openess and vastness of our country. It was meant to be "our" church. I enjoyed it!
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