Ralph Adams Cram, perhaps the most famous American church architect of his day, also specialized in collegiate buildings like those at Princeton, Sewanee and Rice. As a young man he underwent a profound conversion experience on Christmas Eve in Rome which affected his subsequent work; an Anglo-Catholic, he continually sought to express his faith using the medieval idiom of Gothic Revival styles. Who among us hasn’t experienced the awe, faith and wonder that art and architecture can inspire?

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