It was actually rather sad to see this historic and beautifully Gothic Cathedral be consumed in flames. Although watching the video it veritably looks like Hell hath erupted within and is being consumed in hellfire, inclusive of demonic roaring sounds, like "the winds of Hell". With gentrification and homogenization of environmental eyesore structures, it it imperative that these architectural types of buildings be preserved in the skyline, even if it is inhabited by redundant weekend hypochistians.
And remember, when it comes to these visually pleasing structures, which contains the element of the lighthouse effect, it is always buy, don't burn. They are useful for a converted domicile, or even a personal chapel.
On the other hand, there are these pretentious, unremarkable buildings, which rather resemble warehouses, devoid of any artistic value, which would be an improvement to start over again, and hopefully take inspiration from the former
Interestingly, when I became aware of the regrettable gothic church fire, it was mused that perhaps those ugly fundamentalist, evangelical buildings would be better suited for the pyre, and thus, so it was.
Considering The Bramford / Dakota building is also set in New York city, it is fairly obvious that this may very well in Hell be the church depicted in the painting, in lieu of The Church of Satan's 50th Anniversary celebration, symbolic of a transition of prominence