I've been keeping a sketchbook of the places we visit in our travels to remember them. Some places stand out more than others. We recently visited one of the most beautiful cathedrals we've ever seen, ranked as one of the 10th largest cathedrals in the US. Begun in 1905, it was consecrated in 1959. The cathedral's Spanish Renaissance Revival architectural style was designed by architect Thomas Rogers Kimball. Mary, the Ten Commandments, and a glimpse of its massive cornice structures along the top of the church, are pictured here. Also pictured are tiny silver bells, that were scattered across the entrance steps, possibly from a small child's bracelet that had broken upon leaving the church.