“Standing since 1899”
Led by The Right Reverend Lawrence Scanlan, Salt Lake City's first bishop, construction on the cathedral on South Temple began in 1899 and was completed in 1909. Architects Carl Neuhausen and Bernard Mecklenburg combined a predominantly Romanesque exterior with a Gothic interior on the structure. A $9.7 million renovation begun in 1991 substantially enhanced and strengthened the structure. The renewed building was rededicated on February 21, 1993, and the cathedral is listed on both the Utah and national registers of historic places.
Walk around to see some beautiful interior design/building/art. The Choir is world famous and lovely to hear.
This is an absolutely beautiful Cathedral to visit in Salt Lake. If you ever have a chance to hear the organ playing or the Madeline Choir singing, that will be a special treat. Walk around the cathedral and check all the paintings and stain glass.
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