San Jose Mercury News – 11/06/2013
Trinity Cathedral in downtown San Jose does not have the tallest bell tower in the Bay Area. It does not have the most bells. It feels more like a historic church than an elaborate cathedral, a wood-paneled refuge rather than a monument.
The Episcopal church on St. James Park is nevertheless about to enter elite company in the bell-ringing world. A year from now, it will have 24 bells, joining the Campanile at UC Berkeley and Hoover Tower at Stanford as the Bay Area’s only official carillons.
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