Where to begin with this one? It presents more than can be absorbed in a single afternoon, and that's either just the exterior or interior alone. It was completed in 1928, and cost $513,000. 1976 replacement cost was set at 425 million dollars. And that doesn't even begin to suggest what is here. It has to be seen; I don't know that it could ever be fully appreciated. It's still an active parish, is intact and in good repair. And is there for all to see and experience.