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Berkshire religious items find a new home


JoAnn at the altar in Mississippi

JoAnn Hauge of Lanesboro was excited when she opened the Feb. 26, 2010 copy of The Catholic Observer.

“I was thrilled to see the altar from my home parish was featured and was now being used in a parish in Mississippi,” she said.

JoAnn, a native of [...]

King Richard’s Adds Well-Respected Liturgical Designer to Staff

King Richard’s Adds Well-Respected Liturgical Designer to Staff

Atlanta, October 18th, 2010

Los Angeles based liturgical designer and consultant Rhett Judice has joined King Richard’s liturgical Design & Contracting as the firm’s first full-time, in-house designer. He will travel to King Richard’s offices in Atlanta and Dallas, and work with the company’s national and international customers, providing [...]

King Richard’s Religious Artifacts Retrieval and Restoration: Antique Religious Items

By Shawn Tribe

Tuesday, January 9th, 2007

It’s always with bitter-sweetness that one sees sites such as these; bitter because of the fact that they’ve been removed from churches that likely rid themselves of these beautiful bits of our heritage, but sweet insofar as there is hope to reclaim them again to such use.

A reader sent in [...]

The Most Beautiful Adoration Chapel In America?

By Larry and Mary Sue Eck

Photos by Denis Kubat

The pictures, good as they are, don’t do it justice. You really DO have to be there.

People walk through the doors and gasp. Some burst into tears. Most stand awestruck. Front and center is the Monstrance and it is beautiful. Mary stands on one side and Joseph, [...]