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  • Holy Name of Jesus Cathedral already a Raleigh landmark

    Holy Name of Jesus Cathedral, the new mother church for the 54-county Diocese of Raleigh, won’t be completed until next May and will be dedicated in July. But with the cross atop the cathedral’s dome rising 170 feet from its hilltop location off Western Boulevard, the building has already become a landmark in the city.

Holy Name of Jesus Cathedral, the new mother church for the 54-county Diocese of Raleigh, won’t be completed until next May and will be dedicated in July. But with the cross atop the cathedral’s dome rising 170 feet from its hilltop location off Western Boulevard, the building has already become a landmark in the city. Diocese of Raleigh
Holy Name of Jesus Cathedral, the new mother church for the 54-county Diocese of Raleigh, won’t be completed until next May and will be dedicated in July. But with the cross atop the cathedral’s dome rising 170 feet from its hilltop location off Western Boulevard, the building has already become a landmark in the city. Diocese of Raleigh

Raleigh bishop leads tour of cathedral he will leave behind

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