The Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels in Los Angeles was planned by widely acclaimed architect Jose Rafael Moneo and finished in 2002. The congregation is remarkably outlined, highlighting no correct points, mirroring the assorted idea of the house of God's neighborhood populace in the 21st century. The embroidered works of art in the basilica are the biggest gathering in the United States, and were made by the craftsman John Nava. The bronze, human-scaled cross was composed by stone worker Simon Toparsky. To see these and different highlights of this basilica, serving 302 parishes in the region, purchase a manual in the Cathedral Store to begin an independently directed visit, or take a day by day guided visit Monday through Fridays at 1:00 p.m.