Monthly Archives: October 2015

Knoxville Caissons

The cathedral site is currently being cleared for drilling holes to set foundational caisson piles. The first of these was drilled and set this week. Here’s a picture from the construction site: Advertisements

Adventures in New Zealand

A few weeks ago, our principal, James McCrery, was honored to be invited by the Diocese of Christchurch, New Zealand to survey the damage done in the recent earthquakes to their historic church buildings and offer his counsel to both local church officials and architects. Subjects included the future of the once-magnificent Cathedral of the […]

Pope Francis Blesses the Knoxville Cathedral Cornerstone

Bishop Richard Stika of Knoxville has been in Rome attending the synod, and presented the cornerstone for the new cathedral, designed by McCrery Architects, to the pope for his blessing. A description of the event can be found on the cathedral’s website, and additional photographs are available on the cathedral’s Flickr page.

New Liturgical Movement

A diary of projects currently under construction

Diary of a Parish Priest

A diary of projects currently under construction