Going off the plans the Roman Catholic Diocese of Orange has to make Philip Johnson's Crystal Cathedral more fit for mass, one can break the process of turning a glass cathedral Catholic down into a few easy steps. First, above the altar, hang a huge golden cross from a set of concentric frames that are themselves suspended from the ceiling. Second, for mood lighting, line the interior with "quatrefoil-shaped shade structures." Third, paint the organ (in this case, one of the largest in the world) "a more muted color." Step four, which a lot of people think you scan skip but is actually super important, and kind of a no-brainer when you think about it, is to surround the structure with hundreds of crape myrtles.