St. Paul Cathedral, Oakland

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St. Paul Cathedral rises 247 feet above Fifth Avenue, where priests, members of The Knights of Columbus and other participants lined up moments before Monsignor Edward Burns' ordination as bishop. The cathedral, mother church of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Pittsburgh, was opened in 1906. Original cost for the building and its furnishings was $1.1 million.

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