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: Partnership for Sacred Architecture
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
We ought to dwell for a moment on his quote from the Address to Artists by Pope Paul VI in which he describes the task of the artist and architect as “grasping treasures from the heavenly realm of the spirit and clothing them in words, colors, forms — making them accessible… and comprehensible to the minds and hearts of our people.” What a beautiful mission statement for all those involved in the design, craft, and construction of sacred art and architecture. Continue reading