Cathedral of Saint John the Divine Interior

This is the largest cathedral in Christendom (St. Peter's in Rome not being technically a cathedral). It belongs to the Episcopal Church and is unfinished. New agers don't miss the giant quartz crystal. It holds an annual blessing of animals that you can bring your pet to. In 1984, it displayed a four-foot bronze statue of the Crucifixion featuring a female Jesus. To see images of the stained glass in this cathedral, click here. To see what the cathedral will eventually look like on the outside, click here. It has a stoneyard that has been the source of some controversy. Part of the it burned (pics) in 2001. Its own web site.

St. John the Divine Interior

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