Cathedral of Saint Joseph the Workman
|Cathedral of Saint Joseph the Workman|
|Location||530 Main St.|
La Crosse, Wisconsin
|Founder(s)||Rev. C. J. F. Schraudenbach|
|Dedication||May 14, 1962|
|Architect(s)||Edward J. Schulte|
|Number of spires||One|
|Diocese||Diocese of LaCrosse|
|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. Built of limestone, it has a tall clock tower which rises above the surrounding buildings in downtown La Crosse, Wisconsin.
The following Bishops of the Diocese of La Crosse are buried in the Blessed Sacrament Chapel:
- Kilian Caspar Flasch
- James Schwebach
- Alexander Joseph McGavick, founder of Aquinas High School-La Crosse, Wisconsin
- John Patrick Treacy, the builder of the new cathedral
- Frederick William Freking
- John Joseph Paul
- Corporation, Phorio Systems. "Cathedral of Saint Joseph the Workman in La Crosse - church". Phorio. Retrieved 30 September 2018.
- CHRIS Hubbuch, La Crosse Tribune. "Work on God's house: Steeplejacks scale spire for cathedral rehab". Retrieved 30 September 2018.
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