What is the name of the Mormon cathedral in the Great Salt Lake?
The Great Salt Lake is a lake - there are no buildings in it,
because it's a lake, and people typically don't build buildings
underwater. Also, Mormons (members of the Church of Jesus Christ of
Latter-day Saints) do not build Cathedrals. They have two types of
worship buildings - temples and meetinghouses.
Maybe you are asking about the Mormon Temple in Salt Lake City.
Salt Lake City is named after the Great Salt Lake but is located
about 20 miles southeast of the lake. That temple is simply called
the Salt Lake Temple. Most Mormon temples are named for the city
they are in.
There are also several cathedrals in Salt Lake City representing
many different religions.
Check out the "Related Links" below to see websites for the Salt
Lake Temple and various cathedrals in Salt Lake City.