The Cathedral is also home to the statue of General George Pomutz.
George Pomutz was an ethnic Romanian, and Hungarian officer during the Hungarian Revolution of 1848. He was a general in the Union Army in the American Civil War, and a diplomat.
According to Wikipedia, George Pomutz was born in the Habsburg Empire in Gyula, Békés county, a town with a strong ethnic Romanian population at that time. After the 1848 revolution, in which Pomutz took an active part, he migrated to America.
At the beginning of the Civil War, Pomutz enrolled in the Union Army as a first lieutenant in the 15th Iowa Infantry. He was wounded at the Battle of Shiloh. In May 1864 Pomutz was appointed Provost Marshal of the 17th Iowa Infantry.
In August 1864, he returned to the 15th Iowa Infantry, which he commanded in the Battle of Atlanta. He was appointed a brevet brigadier general on March 13, 1865.
During the Washington Parade, marking the end of the Civil War, the handsome General George Pomutz was awarded the special honor to open the Parade on a nice white horse.
The Church also hosts the Freedom and Democracy statue by Oscar Han.
The Church also has a column from Romania on its grounds