Cathedral of Saint Joseph the Workman

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Cathedral of Saint Joseph the Workman
Cathedral of Saint Joseph the Workman is located in Wisconsin
Cathedral of Saint Joseph the Workman
43°48′39.50″N 91°14′55.38″W / 43.8109722°N 91.2487167°W / 43.8109722; -91.2487167
Location 530 Main St.
La Crosse, Wisconsin
Country United States
Denomination Roman Catholic
Website www.cathedralsjworkman.org
History
Founded 1863
Founder(s) Rev. C. J. F. Schraudenbach
Dedication May 14, 1962
Architecture
Status Cathedral
Architect(s) Edward J. Schulte
Style Gothic Revival
Completed 1962
Specifications
Number of spires One
Materials Limestone
Administration
Diocese Diocese of LaCrosse
Clergy
Bishop(s) Most Rev. William P. Callahan, O.F.M. Conv.
Rector Msgr. Charles Stoetzel

The Cathedral of St. Joseph the Workman is the mother church of the Diocese of La Crosse. The cathedral, designed by architect Edward J. Schulte, was completed in 1962.[1] Built of limestone, it has a tall clock tower which rises above the surrounding buildings in downtown La Crosse, Wisconsin.[2]

The following Bishops of the Diocese of La Crosse are buried in the Blessed Sacrament Chapel:

Note:Bishop Michael Heiss is buried in Milwaukee and Auxiliary Bishop William Richard Griffin is buried in Chicago.

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Detail of facade.

Coordinates: 43°48′39.50″N 91°14′55.38″W / 43.8109722°N 91.2487167°W / 43.8109722; -91.2487167