Cathedral of St. Helena: The Roman Catholic Diocese

Founded in 1914, the Cathedral of Saint Helena is the oldest Catholic church in Montana.

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It is also the headquarters for the Diocese of Helena, and is used for many other community activities.  

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Originally designed by A.O. Von Herbulis, the Cathedral of Saint Helena Montana was built between 1908 and 1924.  

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The cathedral’s architecture is reminiscent of the Votive Church in Vienna, Austria. The church features 59 stained glass windows from Bavaria, Germany.

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After the construction of the cathedral was completed, it was severely damaged by a series of earthquakes in the 1930s.

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Cathedral of Saint Helena is a large church. It is a landmark of the city and is a unique architectural masterpiece.  

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The cathedral is a beautiful, ornate building with a high-arched nave ceiling and two spires topped with gold-leafed crosses.  

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The front of the cathedral features a divine rose window and sculptures of saints. The facade also includes a grillwork behind the altar. 

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