How cathedrals built their own culture

Cathedral high school students in Australia created their own religious identity as they built their cathedral in the middle of nowhere.

They started as little children playing in the fields in a paddock, building a wooden tower and using an ancient technique known as a kite.

They then spent months building the structure from pieces of pine, then using a mixture of clay, clay bricks and sand to form the roof and the exterior walls.

They built the building using a combination of wood and plaster to make the interior walls and roof, but then painted it to match the surroundings and created the inside and exterior walls of the church with plaster.

It’s a rare feat for anyone to do in the Australian capital, but it’s a tradition that has taken hold in the city of Cataract.