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Spotlight on Washington DC



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October 6-11, 2021

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The Cathedral Church of St. Peter and St. Paul, better known as the Washington National Cathedral, has had a prominent place in Washington events since Congress granted its charter in 1893. The construction of the current building began in September 1907, with President Theodore Roosevelt in attendance for the ceremony. Since then, the cathedral has been host to state funerals, inauguration masses, national memorial services, and countless other national commemorations and celebrations. Construction of the church was finally completed in 1990, taking an incredible 83 years to finish – making it the longest running construction project in Washington, D.C.

Today, visitors marvel at the beautiful Indiana limestone facades and carvings, as well as the magnificent Great Organ that has been redesigned and expanded through the years to meet the needs of the active congregation and its breathtaking cathedral.