Christ Church Cathedral, Indianapolis

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Christ Church Cathedral, Indianapolis
Christ Church Cathedral is the cathedral church of the Episcopal Diocese of Indianapolis. Christ Church Cathedral is the oldest religious building in continuous use in Indianapolis.

History
Christ Church was founded in 1837. The present building was constructed in 1857 at 131 Monument Circle and is the oldest building on Monument Circle. It became the cathedral for the Diocese of Indianapolis in 1954. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1973.

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