The church was placed on the National Register of Historic Places on August 3rd, 1992.
This cathedral is an outstanding example of the Gothic Revival style of architecture, and was modelled after 14th-century English Gothic-styled churches.
Built entirely of limestone, the cathedral was constructed according to 14th century methods. Limestone is the structural material; there is no steel in the design.
Though still very early in planning, the cathedral is planning to add a 170-foot belfry. It has been planned since the completion of the cathedral, but money was never allocated for the construction of the tower.
This church is the Cathedral church for the Episcopal diocese of Michigan.
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