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Nifty Computer Animation of St. Michael’s Church

I’ve done a few posts on the new church for Saint Michael the Archangel parish in Leawood, Kansas, even including a few photos. But this animated computer model shows it in a very compelling way. A few of the design… Continue Reading →

Part 5: Architectural Theology at the New Saint Michael Church

This post serves as part 5 of a series on architectural theology using the new church of Saint Michael the Archangel in Leawood, Kansas by architect David Meleca as an example. It appeared as a bulletin article at the parish…. Continue Reading →

Part 4: Architectural Theology at the New Saint Michael Church

This post serves as part 4 of a series on architectural theology using the new church of Saint Michael the Archangel in Leawood, Kansas as an example. It appeared as a bulletin article at the parish. Both within and without,… Continue Reading →

St. Michael’s, Version 1

I’ve posted a number of short pieces on the St. Michael the Archangel Church now under construction in Leawood, KS over the last few days, and there will be more. I just wanted to show you the design the architect,… Continue Reading →

Part 3: Architectural Theology at the New Saint Michael Church

What follows is the third installment of an architectural theology series using the new church of Saint Michael the Archangel in Leawood, Kansas as an example. As part of the movement of “New Classicism,” the church of St. Michael the… Continue Reading →

Part 2: Architectural Theology at the New Saint Michael Church

What follows is the second installment of an architectural theology series using the new church of Saint Michael the Archangel in Leawood, Kansas as an example. For the introductory information, click here. St. Michaels’ new church partakes of a “high”… Continue Reading →

Architectural Theology at the New St. Michael’s Church

What follows is the first installment of the architectural theology series using the new church of Saint Michael the Archangel in Leawood, Kansas as an example. For the introductory information, click here. The new church for St. Michael the Archangel… Continue Reading →

A Series on Architectural Theology at CMR

As many people know, a small but very real movement is going on in the advancement of Catholic liturgical architecture. The quest for beauty and re-engagement with tradition has come roaring back, and “traditional” churches are now the norm. The… Continue Reading →

Before and After: St. Patrick’s Oratory, Kansas

The Institute of Christ the King Sovreign Priest was given the care of the Old St. Patrick’s Oratory in Kansas City, Missouri some time ago, and its restoration was recently completed and the building consecrated. The church was built in… Continue Reading →

New Classical Church Architecture: Thomas Gordon Smith

The Liturgical Institute in Mundelein has announced a special event on October 30th with noted traditional Catholic church architect Thomas Gordon Smith. Smith teaches at the University of Notre Dame’s School of Architecture and is the architect of the Our… Continue Reading →

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