Monthly Archives: May 2015

Knoxville Cathedral Renderings and Virtual Walkthrough

Lots of exciting things are in the works here at McCrery Architects; the Cathedral of the Sacred Heart we are designing for the Diocese of Knoxville is coming closer to reality every day. Here are some renderings we made of the site plan, the interior, and the exterior: Pam Rhoades at the Diocese of Knoxville has produced […]

Altar Installation at Holy Cross

Construction at Holy Cross in Rumson, New Jersey continues apace. Major developments in recent days have been largely stone-related, with the installation of the new marble altar of sacrifice, marble steps into the sanctuary, and bluestone stairs on the main outdoor staircase, all of which can be seen in the gallery below. Special thanks to our […]

Sacred Heart Cathedral Groundbreaking

McCrery Architects is pleased to present, as promised, photos of the groundbreaking ceremony and preceding Mass in Knoxville, Tennessee on April 19. Additionally, video footage of the Mass, the Groundbreaking, and some reflections at the construction site by the Bishop of Knoxville, Richard Stika, are available on the diocesan homepage. This is a truly exciting […]

Kenrick-Glennon Consecration

This past Sunday, our principal, James McCrery, attended the consecration of the Kenrick-Glennon Seminary Chapel of St. Joseph. We at McCrery Architects are grateful to the many people who helped to make this project a success, including His Excellency Archbishop Carlson of St. Louis; Fr. John Horn S.J., the rector of the seminary; Fr. Jason […]

New Liturgical Movement

A diary of projects currently under construction

Diary of a Parish Priest

A diary of projects currently under construction