Washington National Cathedral
- 1993 ----- color ----- 56 min ----- vhs
During its 86-year history, the Cathedral Church of Saint Peter and Saint Paul, commonly known as Washington National Cathedral, has represented more than just a magnificent achievement. Focuses on the Cathedral--the sixth largest Gothic cathedral in the world--which stands as both a testament to the people who helped build it and who worship there. Combines breathtaking cinematography and archival film footage, sacred hymns and secular music, interviews with national leader, theologicans, architectural experts, master craftsmen and artisans, and stories from the people who have dedicated their lives to build this church.
- Topics: (Architecture, Religions: Christian)