Apparently, some of the ordinations for the Fraternity of St. Peter several years ago took place at the beautiful Cathedral of St. Peter here in London, Ontario (my regular parish), with our former Bishop John Sherlock.
It has nice neo-gothic style architecture inspired by the medieval French Cathedrals, notably Notre Dame de Paris. Started in the late 1800s and completed in the early 1950s. It has since been granted Minor Basilica status.
Here we can see the new High Altar prepared for Classical Mass.
This is a shot taken from the choir loft. The sanctuary was renovated in the late 1960s and expanded into the transept area. Originaly the old High Altar would have stood where the Cathedra is now (at the very back of the sanctuary) and the communion rail would have ran just behind the where the new Altar is today.
Some more pictures of the ordinations and the Mass itself. Very beautiful :).