Ben J. Hubbard

California State University, Fullerton

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Professor emeritus of comparative religion at California State University, Fullerton

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The Rev. Robert Schuller's massive, spectacular  Crystal Cathedral  began in a drive-in theater. Now the Cathedral has been sold to the Catholic Archdiocese of Orange County.

Schuller Church Leaves Crystal Cathedral, Lands in Movie Theater

The Rev. Robert Schuller's massive, spectacular Crystal Cathedral began in a drive-in theater. Now the Cathedral has been sold to the Catholic Archdiocese of Orange County.

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