Series: Meeting House Essays

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Sacred Places and the Pilgrimage of Life (Meeting House Essays : Architecture and Art for Liturgy Series, No 1) by Lawrence Hoffman1
Acoustics for Liturgy: A Collection of Articles of the Hymn Society in the U. S. and Canada (Meeting House Essays, No. 2) by E. A Sovik2
Cherubim of Gold: Building Materials & Aesthetics (Meeting House Essays Series, No 3) by Peter E. Smith3
Places for Devotion (Meeting House Essays Series, No 4) by John Buscemi4
Renewing the City of God (Meeting House Essays Series, No 5) by Michael E. DeSanctis5
Iconography and Liturgy (Meeting House Essays) by Michael Jones Frank6
Lighting the Liturgy (Meeting House Essays) by Viggo Bech Rambusch7
Designing Worship Spaces: The Mystery of a Common Vision (Meeting House Essay #8) by Richard Vosko8
Ancient Fonts, Modern Lessons: Meeting House Essay #9 (Meeting House Essays) by T. Jerome Overbeck9
Path, portal, path : architecture for the rites by Christopher V. Stroik10

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