There’s not one, but two fascinating articles about the Cathedral’s architecture and history in the New York Times this weekend! If you’ve visited us over the past several months, you’ve likely noticed the scaffolding and work taking place in the Crossing. The Crossing Dome is a marvel of engineering and aesthetics: with an interior constructed of Guastavino tile, this massive roof is one of the Cathedral’s architectural gems, despite having been intended as a temporary covering when it was first built in the early 1900s. After months of cleaning, strengthening, and restoration, the dome has been revealed anew! Pick up a copy of the Times or check out the link in our bio for a full exploration of our dome conservation work!