Before and After; St. Thomas the Apostle in Ann Arbor, Michigan

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By Shawn Tribe, Liturgical Arts Journal, May 18, 2022

Founder of the Liturgical Arts Journal. His writing interests include vestment design, book arts, architecture and liturgical history.


Conrad Schmitt Studios recently shared a ‘before and after’ project which is situated at St. Thomas the Apostle Catholic Church in Ann Arbor, Michigan. The 120 year old church had originally contained a mural of the Ascension within its apse which, regrettably, had been whitewashed. Fortunately, ‘tempus fugit’ and times change. While the pandemic was an unfortunate and trying time for most, one of the benefits that came out of it for this church was to take advantage of the opportunity and use the time to restore the Ascension mural, along with others to re-beautify this impressive structure. …

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