The editing is intended to portray the sad legacy of this endeavour.
The Church of the Transfiguration is the brainchild of mining magnate Stephen Roman, who built it in honour of the Soviet-era Slovaks who faced religious oppression. Consecrated by Pope John Paul II in the early stages of building, the church was designed by Donald Buttress, a renowned architect whose claim to fame is overhauling Westminster Abbey. Construction of the cathedral began in 1984, but, four years later, Mr. Roman died suddenly.
This church is mired in legal disputes between the family, the Trust and the Vatican......shame really.