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More Images from the Proposed Raleigh Cathedral

The Diocese of Raleigh released new photos of its proposed new Cathedral of the Holy Name of Jesus this afternoon. There’s been some interesting buzz about it today in the blogs. One thing to note about this design: this is… Continue Reading →

New Cathedral for Raleigh, North Carolina

A major step forward in the Catholic architectural landscape occurred this morning. Bishop Burbidge of the Diocese of Raleigh announced at an 11 am EST press conference that they have chosen an architect for their new cathedral, dedicated to the… Continue Reading →

Mystic Monks Prepare to Build

Perhaps you’ve seen the rotating ads on CMR promoting the Mystic Monk coffee. Well, they do more than roast beans. They are a newly-founded energetic community of contemplative Carmelites known as the Monks of the Most Blessed Virgin Mary of… Continue Reading →

Church Architecture Before and After

St. Ann Church in Charlotte, NC has a very interesting building history, mostly dominated by the fact that the upper church was never built. For over 40 years, the people of this parish have been worshiping in the basement which… Continue Reading →

A Tale of Two Altars–Italian Marble or Tree Trunk?

From the architectural “Second Spring” department comes good news on a recent church renovation. Architect James McCrery of McCrery Architects in Washington, DC sent this photo of a new altar for an existing church which he is renovating: Saint Bernadette… Continue Reading →

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