Tradition in Continuity is the Sacred Architecture Blog of Integration Design Group, PC.
The blog is maintained by firm principal Adam Hermanson.
Please direct all inquiries to admin(at)integrationdesigngroup.com.
- “We do this because…” Four powerful words
- A Brief Look Back (and Forward) at Liturgical Reform
- Beautiful Things
- The Unveiling – Revelation as Mystagogy
- Learning to Love the Liturgy
- Archbishop Chaput: Liturgy Needs to be Beautiful
- Benedict – Restoring the Theme of Beauty
- Conference: The Glory of Catholic Architecture
- von Balthasar, the Pilgrim, and the Center Aisle
- The Sacramental Worldview, Wonder, & Worship
Category Archives: Reflections on the Daily Readings
“When you pass through those doors, you are climbing Mount Tabor!” ~ Fr. Peter Mussett Continue reading
Growing parishes face many challenges when it comes to expanding their church buildings. Common obstacles can be related to fundraising, design challenges, logistics during construction, site constraints, parking limitations, etc. Yet for all the challenges and potential pitfalls, the need … Continue reading
“The beauty and harmony of the churches, destined to give praise to God, also draws us human beings, limited and sinful, to convert to form a “cosmos,” a well-ordered structure, in intimate communion with Jesus, who is the true Saint of saints.” Continue reading
Our church buildings show forth the reality of the Church – and indeed they should – both physically, and symbolically. The buildings that we construct are a visible sign to the world that the Body of Christ is actually present in this very place and time. Continue reading