Forthcoming Duncan Stroik Renovation

In this recent photo, you see the chapel of the Carmelite Monastery of Traverse City, Michigan.  Duncan Stroik has been commissioned to do the renovation.  I thought it would be fun to do a before and after.  But you will have to wait until June to see the end results.  In the meantime, you may speculate on what might be done to make the place more suitable for traditional, ad orientem worship.

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2 Responses to Forthcoming Duncan Stroik Renovation

  1. JoAnne says:

    No, it only had a modern kneeler with a barrier rope to prevent people from coming up through the sanctuary. The sister were asked by the previous Bishop, Bishop Cooney to remove the kneeler, which they did, hence where they are today.

  2. ihmprayforme says:

    The chapel used to have a communion rail, but the previous Ordinary ordered that it be taken down.

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