The fire at Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris highlighted the vulnerabilities of the centuries-old cathedral, and for leaders at Trinity Cathedral in Cleveland, it’s a reminder of their own cathedral’s vulnerabilities.
At Trinity Cathedral on Maundy Thursday, bells rang in solidarity with Notre Dame.
“It was devastating,” said The Very Reverend Bernard J. Owens, dean of Trinity Cathedral. “Notre Dame is not just an incredible cultural asset that fortunately I’ve had a chance to visit and a great number of folks I work with have. It’s also a Christian sanctuary and one of the few places that, as a cathedral, has been a place where Christians have been working and worshiping and praying for centuries upon centurie
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