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Church or Cathedral? Well officially it is called Saint Johns Cathedral, but in fact it is still also a church. The architectural design of the church is simply stunning and so pleasing to look at. St Johns was erected in the early 1900’s. Which is your favourite apostle?

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As I understand, the difference between a church and cathedral is simply the administration.

Catholicism divides maps into administrative districts called dioceses. A diocese has multiple smaller areas called parishes. The head of the diocese is called a bishop. The church at the center of the diocese is called a cathedral.

Each parish has a building called a church. It is possible for a parish to have a church that is more ornate than the cathedral.

Different Christian denominations have different administrative structures.

Where is this Cathedral?

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This one is located in Saskatchewan, up north. Thanks for your detailed comment.

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I found a website for a church called Saint John the Evangelist.

http://www.stjohnscathedralsaskatoon.ca/

The site says that it is an Anglican Church in Saskatoon, SK and is the center of the diocese of Saskatoon which split from the Dioceses of Saskatchewan in 1933.

The Anglican Church split from the Catholic Church in the days of King Henry VIII. It appears that the church kept the same administrative structure with diocese and parishes.

The Anglican Church in the United States changed its name to the Episcopal Church after the US Revolution.

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Its architecture is unique. The color is also beautiful.

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