Historic Places of Worship
- January 19, 2017
- 9:30 AM
Cleveland rivals the great cities of Europe when it comes to historic houses of worship. Visit some of our most beautiful on this uplifting Passport experience.
Our tour begins and ends in the heart of the CSU campus at Trinity Cathedral – built in 1901 as the cathedral of the Episcopal Diocese of Ohio and added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1973.
From there, we’ll head to the Maltz Performing Arts Center, formerly The Temple – Tifereth Israel, in University Circle and Little Italy’s Holy Rosary Church, where CSU alumnus Deacon Bruce Battista will be our tour guide.
Tour includes lunch at a Little Italy restaurant and round-trip bus transportation.