Wednesday, March 26, 2008

Solemn High Mass and Architectural Presentation This Sunday at the Church of Our Saviour, Park Avenue

Proposed temporary chapel for St. Agnes Catholic Church, New York City, by Dino Marcantonio

This event is sponsored by the good folks at the Society of St. Hugh of Cluny, and clearly worth your attention. Previous masses at Our Saviour's by the Society have been truly moving experiences of exemplary liturgical quality. Mr. Marcantonio, the featured lecturer, is a very talented architect and also a great devotee of the Tridentine liturgy. Don't miss this!

As was previously announced, the Society is sponsoring a Solemn High Mass at the Church of Our Saviour, New York City, on Low Sunday, March 30 at 5:00 pm. Following the Mass in the undercroft of the church, the Society will present Dino Marcantonio, AIA, architect and lecturer at the Yale School of Architecture. Mr. Marcantonio's talk is entitled "The Dome on the Square in the City of God."

Dino Marcantonio is a long-time advocate of traditional architecture. He has practiced architecture in New York and Washington, DC and taught at Notre Dame and Yale. He has authored articles on the subject of traditional architecture for such journals as Latin Mass, American Arts Quarterly, Sacred Architecture, and The Classicist. He currently teaches classicism in the graduate program at the Yale School of Architecture.

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