After walking inside of St. David’s Cathedral, your eye immediately travels along the lancet arches, sandstone columns and Tasmanian blue gum ribbed vault toward the high sanctuary. Above it is an elegant wood screen depicting the crucifixion. This cross was hand-carved in Oxfordshire, England in 1916. On the right is the Bishop’s Cathedra, a replica of the chair used by Queen Victoria during her coronation in 1838. The tall wooden pulpit was added in 1909. Encircling this gorgeous nave are stained glass windows.