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A Tale of Two Chapels

There’s been some interest on CMR this week regarding the two new collegiate chapels being built in the United States right now. They provide the kind of comparison which is very instructive. One remains quite close to the inherited classical… Continue Reading →

Hope for the Future: My Alma Mater

I graduated from St. Anthony’s High School in Huntington, New York some 23 years ago. Two things happened today that make me proud of my alma mater and hopeful for the future of our church. I have known Brother Gary… Continue Reading →

New Religious Life, New Architecture

I often hear complaints about the state of things in the Church, but am fortunate to be involved in the renewal of sacred architecture, both in teaching and practice. One of the maxims I teach my students is that architecture… Continue Reading →

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