Monthly Archives: August 2015
With less than a month to go before its scheduled dedication, work at Holy Cross continues. The sound systems are being installed, the paving and planting are now largely complete, and the sanctuary furnishings are being put in place. Note the new cedar columns on the belvedere, and the rood in position. Click through the […]
The sidewalks, pavements, fountain, and landscaping at Holy Cross are coming together. Once complete, they will truly highlight the idyllic setting of this Garden State project. In the gallery below, we have also included a few pictures of the interior, with the baptismal font and newly-restored antique lectern in place.
Holy Cross has procured two historic handcrafted wooden pieces, a lectern from Holland, made circa 1850, and an antique ambo from a closed church in Philadelphia. Our friends at Mountain View Millworks have been restoring and refinishing these beautiful pieces to make sure they last for a long time to come. Click through the gallery below to view […]
Recently, The Knoxville News Sentinel published an article highlighting the work McCrery Architects and our friends at Barber McMurry Architects have been doing in making the Knoxville Cathedral a long-lasting, environmentally-friendly structure. It describes a number of things going on at the site, and has some pictures, too. It’s worth a look!