Baltimore Basilica Baltimore, Maryland
The first Catholic cathedral built in the United States after the adoption of the Constitution, the Baltimore Basilica became a symbol for religious freedom in the new nation. It is also an important work of architecture designed by Benjamin…
Cathedral of Christ the Light Oakland, California
Dedicated in 2008, the Cathedral of Christ the Light in Oakland, California is a magnificent example of ultra-modern, environmentally-friendly religious architecture.
Cathedral Church of St. Paul Boston, Massachusetts
Founded in 1818, the Cathedral Church of St. Paul in Boston is a historic Epicopalian cathedral with a thriving congregation.
Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels Los Angeles, California
Completed in 2002, this Catholic cathedral is considered an exceptional example of modern religious architecture. It also contains many notable artworks, including cast bronze doors and a tapestry of the saints.
Cathedral of St. Augustine St. Augustine, Florida
Constructed in 1793, this historic cathedral is home to the oldest Catholic parish in the United States, established in 1754.
Cathedral of St. Paul St. Paul, Minnesota
From humble beginnings as a small log chapel on the banks of the Mississippi (1841), the Cathedral of St. Paul now inhabits its fourth building, an impressive Beaux-Arts edifice begun in 1907. The cathedral was designated the National Shrine of…
Grace Cathedral San Francisco, California
Completed in 1964 in a neo-Gothic style, this active Episcopal cathedral contains fine stained glass windows, two labyrinths, and other notable modern artworks.
National Cathedral Washington, D.C.
This Neo-Gothic Episcopal cathedral is the sixth largest cathedral in the world. Completed in 1990 after 83 years of construction, it hosts important national ceremonies such as presidential funerals.
St. James Cathedral Seattle, Washington
Completed in 1907, this is Seattle's Roman Catholic cathedral. The impressive building contains the relics of Mother Cabrini, the first American saint.
St. Louis Cathedral New Orleans, Louisiana
Rebuilt in 1794, this is the oldest active cathedral in the United States. The center of the original settlement of New Orleans, it is still a prominent landmark in the French Quarter.
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