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
Tag Archives: Communion of Saints
As an Architect focused on the renewal of Catholic sacred architecture, I enjoyed How to Read a Church quite a bit. Author Richard Taylor presents the material well, in a readable manner, and the list of subject matter is quite thorough. Continue reading
Catholic sacred architecture – from its most humble origins in the catacombs of imperial Rome to its most noble cathedrals throughout Christendom – has been intimately connected with the Communion of Saints. Our church buildings are set apart for Christian worship and convey to us the reality of the entire Church – militant, suffering and triumphant – together worshipping the Lord. Continue reading