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Last month when our cruise ship stopped at Juneau, Alaska for a few hours, I walked around the town. It was a dark gloomy day with light rain much of the time. Someone told me about a Cathedral in town that was the nation's smallest. I later learned it wasn't the very smallest. I also learned a Catholic Parrish was built on the present site of the Cathedral back in 1886. In 1910, the building you see here was built as a local Parrish. In 1951 the church was elevated to the status of Cathedral when the Diocese of Juneau was created. While walking by this Cathedral, the first thing that caught my eye was those colorful Nasturtiums planted by the sign on the corner.