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Crystal Cathedral vows to keep going, without its glimmering church

Crystal Cathedral, in Garden Grove, Calif., saw its revenue plummet in 2008 and sought bankruptcy protection last year. Crystal Cathedral, in Garden Grove, Calif., saw its revenue plummet in 2008 and sought bankruptcy protection last year. (monica almeida/the new york times)
By Amy Taxin
Associated Press / November 24, 2011
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The sale of the Crystal Cathedral to the Catholic church could mark an end to the storied televangelist ministry broadcast around the world that came crashing down in hard times. While the church’s spiritual leaders vow to carry on in a new location, the cathedral’s own financial expert says it is impossible to see the future once the congregation loses its famed, glass-spired home.

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