A must visit: St. Joseph’s Cathedral

I visited the newly restored cathedral today. Amazing. Unfortunately this was the only picture that turned out (I had a bad camera setting. Self guided tours are welcomed.


#1 Helga on 08.10.11 at 12:22 am

The window is gorgeous.

#2 Adolph DeFlore on 08.10.11 at 6:12 am

I saw it briefly, the craftsmanship is incredible.

#3 l3wis on 08.10.11 at 10:36 am

It is pretty cool. I was schooling the volunteer on how they painted the columns to look like marble. Maybe I should volunteer to give tours. “Father, it has been 28 years since my last confession.”

#4 Helga on 08.10.11 at 2:18 pm

You could also tell them the hours and hours it took to cut the glass, put it together and solder it. Making a window that big takes a very long time.

#5 l3wis on 08.10.11 at 3:59 pm

I think those are the original windows, just cleaned.

#6 Costner on 08.10.11 at 4:36 pm

They bought them at Ikea… they are just self cling plastic stuck on some Anderson windows.


#7 l3wis on 08.10.11 at 11:55 pm

OMG! Costner, like 12 years ago I worked at a sign shop with a large format printer, and we had that material, and there was a filter in Photoshop that could transform photos into stainglass, and I took a picture of William S. Burroughs and turned it into a stainglass and put it in my kitchen apartment window. It got a lot of laughs.

#8 Costner on 08.11.11 at 3:41 pm

I bought one of those pre-printed ones from the big orange store for a bathroom window. Cut it to size… stuck it on. From five feet away it looked like stained glass and I got compliments on it.

I think it cost around $12.

However printing my own designs would rock. That could be a lot of fun.

#9 l3wis on 08.11.11 at 9:37 pm

Let me know if you have any ideas, would love to design something for yah, I’m not free though 🙂