On January 28, 1996, the Rev. Robert Schuller (above) holds a service at Saddleback Church in Southern Orange County. It was June 2011, and I was sitting on the steps of the Cathedral of St. John the Evangelist in San Bernardino, California. The Crystal Cathedral building was completed in the late 1990s, just as Rick Warren began to rebuild the Orange County church in the south.
The land became part of the state of California when the state was founded in 1850, and ownership of the land passed to the United States. Then, in 1876, the Agua Caliente Band founded their reserve, which covered more than a quarter of the cathedral city.
This winter, the Crystal Cathedral campus was foreclosed, advertised and opened, the entire campus, including the building itself. It was this winter , it was the glass cathedral campus that was cordoned off and advertised, as well as the construction - out, which encompassed the entire campus.
In fact, the diocese had acquired the entire architecturally significant campus, including the buildings of Richard Neutra and Richard Meier. The diocese renamed it Christ Cathedral and since then renamed it Christ the Savior Cathedral in honor of St. John the Evangelist and founder of the church.
The empty cathedral was already reserved for religious purposes and offered an ideal location for the diocese. Schuller's pulpit was replaced by a large altar room, which transformed the building into a place for Catholic Masses, giving it a more intimate and intimate feel than its original location. The pulpits of Sch Muller were replaced by important altars and rooms, which transformed the buildings into places for Catholic Masses, giving them a greater sense of intimacy and intimacy than their original locations.
The cathedral celebrated a healthy American family life, complemented by a vision of it. California is the location of the city of Los Angeles, the tallest building in California, with Simon Rodia and Watts Towers at the other end of its ridge. Its proximity to California State University, San Diego and the San Fernando Valley attracts tourists to the area.
In 1980, architect Philip Johnson created the Crystal Cathedral, which was considered the largest glass building in the world at the time.
When the Schullers decided to sell the building in 2011 to pay off their debts, it was bought by the Roman Catholic Diocese of Orange, which is the largest Catholic diocese in Southern California and the second largest in the United States. In 2012, the complex of churches and buildings was renamed the Cathedral of Christ and bought by the local Catholic dioceses. The cathedral was the brainchild of Peter Schulman, former pastor of St. Peter's Catholic Church in Orange County. However, after a bankruptcy hearing, his ministry filed for bankruptcy and sold the church to the Roman Catholic Diocese of Orange County.
Cathedral City is located on the San Gorgonio Pass to the west, and two decades earlier the area's majestic cathedral - like geography - was called Cathedral Canyon. The gorge takes its name from the fact that certain rock formations in the gorge are meant to resemble cathedrals, he said.
The Crystal Cathedral, which no longer exists, remains Rick Warren's Saddleback Church, and though it received support from a large local community of white evangelicals in the 1980s and 1990s, Orange County has changed dramatically in recent years. Strictly speaking, the majority of O.C. voters may have rejected Donald Trump, but the last election may not have been typical, to say the least. Since the emerging Philip Johnson-designed mega-church opened in 1980, it has been a structure of more than 100,000 square feet of concrete and stone, with a 1,500-seat auditorium and a televangelist, not a Catholic bishop.
California has more megacultures than any other state, with most communities located in the Los Angeles and San Diego suburbs. The population of the cathedral city is 57,000, but in season, when the snowflakes come, it swells to 80,000. Many Southern California Catholic communities have emerged from the aging white communities Schuller's church represents, and many of them are in Orange County, the heartland of O.C. "s white evangelical community. It is also home to a number of private colleges that offer a wide range of religious education programs for students of all ages, from high school to high school.
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